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Wednesday, January 8, 1975 Room 228 City Rail, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mc££fta?»4, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing acquisition of real property at 2710 Judah 
St. for Retch Ketchy, as a substation site for the Municipal 
Railway. File G0S-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd. 



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Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 1548 
Stockton St. lor use by the Department of Public Health" s Northeast 
Neighborhood Mental Health Outpatient Center. File 64-74-31. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

(Consideration continued from December 31.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 15th. 

3. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease of real property 
at 2715 San Bruno Ave^, for the Special Subsidy Division of the. 
Juvenile Court. File 64-74-32. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $150,000 for Economic Analysis Demonstration 
Project, Mayor's Office. File 101-74-82. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Ordinance appropriating $12,052, Mayor's Office, to restore funds 
for permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for tx-jo 
positions of Associate Budget Analyst; and rescinding $12,052 from 
State Legislative Expense appropriation. File 101-74-79. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Mayor's 
Office, to reflect restoration of funds for two positions of 
Associate Budget Analyst for the balance of the fiscal year; a com- 
panion, measure to File 101-74-79. File 102-74-37. (Civil Service 
No. 37) 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDED . 

6. Resolution accepting gifts of plants from various donors for use bv 
the Recreation and Park Dept. File 38-74-44. (Recreation & Park Dept. 

(From Jerry C, Davids, 10,000 bulbs, valued at $1,235.00; 
From Mrs. E. Gritch, orchid plants, valued at 1,821.66 
From Netherlands Flower Bulb Inst., 13,350 bulbs, $2,000.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflect- 
ing the establishment of one new classification of Veterinary 
Laboratory Technologist with salary schedule therefor, and 
reallocation of one position of Clinical Laboratory Technologist 
thereto, Recreation and Park Dept. File 102-74-35, (Civil 
Service No. 36) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Ordinance appropriating $1,530 for outboard motor, Marina Yacht 
Harbor, Recreation and Park Dept.; and $568,510 for bond interest 
and redemption, San Francisco Airport Operating. File 101-74-76, 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Ordinance appropriating $6,069, Art Commission, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification of 
position of Administrative Secretary to Assistant Director and 
Secretary; and rescinding $5,096 from permanent salaries and 

$973 from S.'efcghfeeishe-sti Ast» gj=eg«»R». File 101-74-77. (Controller) 

Performing Arts Fund, 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Art Com- 
mission, to reflect establishment of new classification of 
Assistant Director and Secretary with salary schedule therefor, 
and reclassification of one position of one vacant position of 
Administrative Secretary thereto; a companion measure to File 
101-74-77. File 102-74-36. (Civil Service No. 35) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $9600, Public Health Dept,, Administration, 
for other professional services, special projects; and rescinding 
$9600 from appropriation for permanent salaries, Public Health 
Dept., Health Centers. File 101-74-78. (Controller) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Project Time." File 121-74-53. (Mayor) 

(Continued from December 31st meeting.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a proiect entitled "San Franciscc Pretrial Diversion Project." 
File 158-74-13. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 15th AT REQUEST 
OF BAR ASSOCIATION. 

14. Request for reimbursement of expenses incurred by the Treasurer 
in response to summons to report to the State Controller in 
Sacramento. File 47-74-10. (Treasurer) 



ACTION: Approved by Committee. 



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15. Application of Kirnberly Walker, a minor, to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-74--53. 

(City Attorney recommends approval of application.) 

ACTION: Municipal Railway matter, misdirected to Board. 
REFERRED TO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. FILE. 

16. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County against various defendants. File 49-74-21. 
(City Attorney) 

Jacqueline J. Bottarini $2,583.33 
Sami Qubain 711,95 

Rally Ueaghington 850.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution authorizing the Tax Collector to examine sales and use 
tax records of the State Board of Equalization. File 607-74. 
(Tax Collector) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

18. Motion authorizing payment of certain expenses which may be 
incurred by the Board of Supervisors, specified committees, the 
Clerk, and the Controller, in connection with certain legislative 
sessions during the calendar year 1975. File 100-75-1. (Clerk 
of the Board of Supervisors) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Resolution declaring the San Francisco Examiner to be the official 
newspaper of the City and County of San Francisco commencing 
January 1, 1975. File 604-74. (Purchaser) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

20. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Lighthouse 
Full Gospel Church Pentecostal, Inc., 3265 - 16th St., for the 
fiscal year 1973-74. File 10-74-8. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resoiutior cancelling real property taxes levied on Voice of 
Pentecost, 1461 Page St., for the fiscal year 1973-74. 

File 10-74-3 4. (Assessor) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

22. Resolution cancelling and refunding unsecured property taxes 
levied on Arts and Business Learning Experience for 1972, 1973 
and 1974. File 10-74-25. (Assessor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

23. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Park Sunset 
Housing Corporation, 1329 Seventh Ave., for the fiscal year 
1974-75. File 10-74-26. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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24. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Planned Parent- 
hood Association, 1660 Bush St., for the fiscal year 1974-75. 

File 10-74-27. (Assessor) 

ACTI ON : RECOMS ENDED . 

25. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Hearing 
Society for the Bay Area, Inc., 1428 Bush St., for the fiscal 
year 1974-75. File 10-74-28. (Assessor) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

26. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Jehovah 
Witness Kingdom Kail, 220 Campbell St., for the fiscal year 
1974-75. File 10-74-29. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 

27. Resolution cancelling propert} r taxes on premises at 2500 Divisadero 
St. owned by the Government of Canada and used for consular 
purposes for the fiscal year 1974-75. File 15-74-6. (Assessor) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

28. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on First Pente- 
costal Church of Jesus Christ, 1221 Oakdale Ave., for the fiscal 
years 1973-74 and 1974-75. File 15-74-8. (Assessor) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

29. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Drew College 
Preparatory School, 2901 California St., for the fiscal year 
1973-74. File 15-74-13. (Assessor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

30. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on the Arab 
Republic of Egypt, 3001 Pacific Ave., from August 1, 1974, through 
June 30, 1975. File 15-74-14. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Resolution refunding personal property taxes paid by the Japanese 
External Trade Organization for fiscal years 1974-73 and 1973-74; 
and cancelling assessment for fiscal year 1974-75. File 21-74-1. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 

32. Resolution cancelling taxes on property acquired by the State of 
California, Block 4844,- Lots 7A, 8 through 19. File 24-74-8. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

33. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1972-73, 1973-74 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-16. 
(Assessor, List 7451) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

34. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-17. (Assessor, 
List 7452) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED „ 



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35. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1972-73 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-18. (Assessor, 
List 7441) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

36. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessment?; 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-19. (Assessor, 
List 7445) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

37. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-20. (Assessor, 
List 7442) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED „ 

38. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-21. (Assessor, 
List 7450) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

39. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. 

File 51-74-4. 

(Employees of Public Health Dept. and Juvenile Court,) 

(Continued from December 18th meeting.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JAN. 15th FOR JUVENILE COURT c 
(Public Health Dept. costs recommended.) 

40. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventory of Dept. of Public 
Health, San Francisco General Hospital, to reflect loss of personal 
property. File 17-74-2. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 15th. 



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Wednesday, January 15, 1975 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Sup. Molinari absent, Items 4-11 > 15, 20» 
Sup. Nelder absent, Itr.nc 19 T 21-28. 

1. Resolution authorizing the execution of leases of real property at 
1212 Market Street for use by the Department of City Planning and 
for the Public Administrator-Public Guardian. File 64-74-33. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Resolution 

2. /Authorizing acquisition by eminent domain of certain real property 

and easements for sewer right-of-way purposes for the North Point 
Transport Project, at a cost not to exceed $375,000. File 633-/4. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

(Blocks 3806; 3809, 3944, 4351, 4352 and 5232) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 29th. 

3. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property on 
Taraval St. between 32nd and 33rd Aves. for a Hetch Hetchy 
Substation for the Municipal Pailway. File 81-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 29th. 

4. Request that Metropolitan Transportation Commission be asked to 
release funds in an estimated amoiint of $1.7 million for the Fare 
Collection and Extraction System of the Municipal Railway. 

File 554-74-1. (Public Utilities Commission and Public Works Dept.) 

ArTTn «. Resolution approving allocation of FAU systems funds 
UiU • presented in Committee and RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $97,000 for operation, meat and foodstuffs. 
Juvenile Court; an emergency measure. File 101-74-83. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance appropriating $500,000 for other professional services - 
Food Stamp Program, and $245,000 for AFDC training allowances - Win 
Program; rescinding $7,962 from appropriation for AFDC trair.ing 
allowances, Social Services Dept, File 101-74-84. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Resolution authorizing the acceptance of $10,300 from San Francisco 
Foundation and $19,000 from United Bay Area Crusade for the provi- 
sion of rehabilitation services for mentally retarded adults. 

File 38-74-45. (Social Services Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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8. Resolution authorizing the acceptance of $7,500 from San Francisco 
Foundation for the provision of rehabilitation services for 
mentally retarded adults. File 38'-75-l. (Social Services Dept.) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Resolution accepting gifts of a platform for the Gorilla Grotto, 
valued at $847, from Mrs. Stanton Kerns; and a fiberglass roof for 
the lath house in the Strybing Arboretum, valued at $800, from the 
Strybing Arboretum Society, for use by the Recreation and Park 
Department. File 38-74-46. (Recreation and Park Department) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution accepting gift of a nine-year-old quarter horse named 
"Old Bryant" for use bv the San Francisco Police Department. 
File 38-74-47. (Police Commission) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd. 

11. Resolution accepting gift of money, books and papers from the 
Estate of Fred Bloch and designating the Public Library as 
recipient thereof. File 38-7S-2. (Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance correcting clerical errors in Salary Standardization 
Ordinance 1975-75, Charter Section 8.401, relating to rates of 
compensation for various specified classifications. File 106-74-6. 
(Civil Service No. 38) 

(Senior Testing Technician, Janitor Foreman; Specialist I, 
Human Rights Commission; Assistant Recreation Supervisor, 
Environmental Health Inspector, Buildings and Grounds 
Maintenance Superintendent, Buildings and Grounds Maintenance 
Supervisor, School Heating and Ventilation Supervisor, 
Cable Machinery Supervisor; Chief Stationary Engineer, 
Sewage Plant; Bridgetender, Wire Rope Cable Maintenance 
Mechanic, Airport Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor; 
Supervisor, Buildings and Grounds, and Chief Operating 
Engineer.) 

ACTION: TRANSFERRED TO LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE. 

13. Ordinance amendment the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 197*» , by adding thereto Section 10.2, 
to provide for the transfer of (surpluses existing in the appropria- 
tion for permanent salaries-civilian to overtime salaries-civilian. 
File 101-74-70. (Police Commission) 

(Reref erred by Board to Committee Dec. 30, 1974.) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

14. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to request and accept from the 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning an amendment of the project 
entitled "Streetwork: A Community Based Alternative to Probation 
& Parole." File 121-74-64. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



15. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled "San Francisco Pretrial Diversion Project." 
File 158-74-13. (Mayor) 

(1-3-75: Consideration continued to January 15.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd at request of 
Bar Association (Tom Gee). 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to request and accept from the 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning an amendment to Resolution No. 
160-74 to increase the match for the project entitled "Police 
Expanded Internal Controls." File 68-75-1. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd. 

17. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventory of the Dept. of 
Fublic Health, San Francisco General Hospital, to reflect loss of 
personal property in the total sum of $11,277. File 17-74-2. 
(Purchaser) 

(1-8-75: Consideration continued to January 15.) 

ACTION: Continued tc call of the Chair - pending hearings on 
File 98-75. 

18. Communication from Mr. H. Douglas Kaplan, suggesting that a 
businessmen's fund be established to finance rewards for the 
arrest and conviction of persons committing violent crimes. 
File 390-74. 

(City Attorney advises no objection to such fund.) 

ACTION: City Attorney requested to prepare legislation,, 

19. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 1548 
Stockton St. for use by the Department of Public Health's Northeast 
Neighborhood Mental Health Outpatient Center. File 64-74-31. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

(Consideration continued from January 8th.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Hold on Calendar 90 days. Center Director to 
submit quarterly reports on maintenance to Real Estate Dept, 
and Committee. 

20. Ordinance authorizing amendment of lease of Lot 51, Block 4219 
(Potrero Hill Health Center) , with California Committee on 
Regional Medical Programs, a nonprofit corporation. File 65-75-1. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

21. Resolution authorizing acceptance of federal funds through the 
S :ate Library System for the extension of the California Video 
Resource Project for 1975-76. File 84-75-1. (Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. • Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 

of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. 
File 51-74-4. 

(Continued from Jan, Oth for employees of Juvenile Court.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd. 



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23. Resolution v;aiving statute of limitations applicable to payment of 
Controller's Warrant issued to Collection Bureau of San Jose in 
the sum of .$109.03 from the Sheriff's Trust Fund. File 23-75-1. 
(Sheriff) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

24. Ordinance authorizing filing of Satisfaction of Judgment in 
Muncipal Court action entitled "City and County vs. Heshmat 
Majlessi" and release of lien upon payment of $258.00. 
File 3-73-9. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd 

25. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of action entitled "City and 
County vs. George Larson, et al." File 3-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 22nd. 

26. Application of Katharine Zaban for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $50,000. 

File 50-74-51. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. If not acted upon on or before 
January 19th, application will be deemed denied by law.) 

ACTION: DEI-TIED. FILE. 

27. Application of Al Goldsby for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $75,000. 

File 50-75-1. 

(City Attorney recommends approval. If not acted upon on or before 
Jan. 28th, application will be deemed denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION* Resolution granting application prepared in ahd 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

28. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County against Yellow Cab Co. and John M. Patton by 
acceptance of the total sum of $3,166.66. File 49-75-1. (City 
Attorney) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 









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Meeting of 

-s^JOINT FINANCE AND HEALTH 
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Board of Supervisors 
City and County' of San Francisco 

Wednesday, January 22, 1975 Room 223 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, Molinari, Nalder. 



1. Resolution approving the San Francisco Plan for Wastewater Manage- 
ment (Supplement I - May 15, 1973) and implementation of Program I. 
Northpoint Transport Project. File 88-75- (Dept. of Public Works) 



ACTION : RECOMMENDED , 



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Wednesday, January 22, 1975 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Supervisor Molinari absent on Items 1 and 18. 

1. Resolution authorizing acquisition of property at 2710 Judah St. 
for Hetch Ketchy for a Municipal Railway transformer substation 
site. File 608-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

.(Consideration continued from January 8 meeting.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $275,000, Hetch Hetchy Project Fund, for 
relocation of trolley coach overhead facilities, Mission and Fourth 
Sts. File 101-74-85. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $1,188,354, Airport Operating Fund, for 
operation and capital improvement. File 101-74-87. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Request for transfer of $1113 budgeted for top-loading analytical 
balance to add to $809 budgeted for two transcribers. File 
101-74-88. (Coroner) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $150, Finance and Records, for 1 typewriter; 
rescinding $150 from appropriation for fixed charges. File 101-74- 
86. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Resolution extending time for award of Department of Public Works 
contract tc June 19, 1975, for award of, contract for construction 
of Yerba Buena Center project. File 61-75-1. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Resolution cancelling real property taxes on Little Manger Church of 
God in Christ, 846 Divisadero St., for the fiscal year 1972-73. 
File 10-73-23. (Assessor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Resolution cancelling real property taxes on Uptown Church of Christ, 
949 Fillmore St., for the fiscal year 1974-75. File 10-74-23. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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9. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Yoga Society of 
San Francisco, 2872 Folsom St., for the fiscal year 1975-75. 
File 10-75-1. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Pacific South- 
west Synod of the Lutheran Church in America, 546 Leland Ave., for 
the fiscal year 1974-75. File 10-75-2. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Olivet Baptist 
Church of San Francisco, 1667 Revere St., for the fiscal year 
1973-74. File 10-75-3. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Lycee Francaise 
de San Francisco, 863 - 27th Ave. and 862 - 28th Ave., for the 
fiscal year 1974-75. File 10-75-4. (Assessor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

13. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Holy of 
Holiness Missionary Baptist Church, 509 Divisadero St., for the 
fiscal year 1974-75. (Assessor) File 10-75-5, 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Northern 
California Presbyterian Homes, Inc., 1400 Geary Blvd., for the 
fiscal year 1974-75. File 10-75-6. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution cancelling taxes on property acquired by the State of 
California, Block 4876, Lot 21. File 24-74-9. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance authorizing filing of Satisfaction of Judgment in 
Municipal Court action entitled "City and County vs. Heshmat 
Majlessi" and release of lien, upon payment of $258.00. 
File 3-73-9. (Tax Collector) 

(Consideration continued from January 15.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 29TH. 

17. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of acticn entitled "City and County 
vs. George Larson, et al." File 3-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

(Consideration continued from January 15.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 29TH. 



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18. Resolution accepting gift of a nine-year-old quarter horse named 
"Old Bryant" for use by the San Francisco Police Department. 
File 38-74-47. (Police Commission) 

(Consideration contiiiued from January 15.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to request and accept from the 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning an amendment to Resolution No. 
160-74 to increase the match for the project entitled "Police 
Expanded Internal Controls." File 68-75-1. (Mayor) 

(Consideration continued from January 15.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

20. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled "San Francisco Pretrial Diversion Project." 
File 158-74-13. (Mayor) 

(Consideration continued from January 15.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. 

File 51-74-4. 

(Continued from Jan. 15 for Juvenile Court employees' claims.) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JANUARY 29TH. 

22. Application of Robert Feldman for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $87.00. 

File 50-74-52. 

(City Attorney recommends that application be denied.) 
ACTION: DENIED. Filed. 

23. Resolution approving release of monies for acquisition of Haight 
Theater Complex. File 101-74-89. (Art Commission) 

Revenue Sharing funds $118,000 

Neighborhood Arts - Haight Street 

Theater, Land, Reconstruction funds 82,000 

7^200,000 
Rehabilitation cost estimate 

from Bureau of Architecture $ 5,000 

._ To Board with recommendation "Do Pa<;s After Amendment." 
auLiun. Amendment will be to release only $5,000 for rehabilita- 
tion cost estimate from Bureau of Architecture. 



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Special Joint Meeting of 
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Board of- Supervisors 
City and Co unt y of San Francisco 

Wednesday, January 29, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, liolinari, Welder 
ndelsohn, Kopp, Pclcsi 

1. Resolut '.or. In pr5.nci.ple the offer of sponsors of the 

San Francisco Performing Arts Center, Inc., to construct a Per- 
forming Arts Cenxer; approving and authorizing Mayor to execute an 
agree the City and County of San Francisco and the San 

Francisco Unified School District to provide Assessor's Block CIO 
to place and construct a Performing Arts Center or Public Library 
thereor-i authorizing the Director of Property to accept the quit- 
claim deed to Assessor's BIcck 81C; providing a site for the 
placement and construction of a Performing Arts Center; urging the 
provision of senior citizens' facilities in any development of 
Marshall Square; and repealing Resolution 51-75 „ File 581-74-1. 
(Pelosi, Ucndelsubn) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



Supervisor Kopp abstained from voting, but was present for entire 
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Meeting of 

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Board o£-Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, January 29, 1975 Room 223, City Kail, 2:00 p.m. 

Presctii:: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kolinari, Welder, 



1. Request for hearings to explore ways of 3.mp lenient ing a more effi- 
cient security system at San Francisco General Hospital, File 
90 -75. (iielder) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 19, 1975. 



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^ C A L E IT D A R 

Meeting of 

gg FINANC E COi^I TTF.E 

Board of Supervisors 
City M and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^January 29, 1975 Room 2?.C, City Kail, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, iiolinari, Nelder 

Supervisor Molinari absent for Items 14, 15, 17. 

1. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain of a certain 
real property on Taraval St. between 32nd and 33rd Aves. for a 
Ketch Hetchy Substation for the Municipal Railway. File Cl-75-1. 
(Real Estate Bept.) 

(Continued from Jan. 15th meeting. ) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 12, 1975. 

2. Resolution authorising acquisition by eminent domain of certain 
real prop arty and easements for sewer right-of-way purposes for 
the North Point Transport Project. File 633-74. (R.eal Estate 

De P t.) : NTS 

(Continued from Jan. 15th meeting.) 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

,5CO 
LIC LIBRARY 

3. Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Public Health, Statistics Division 
and Road Fund, for equipment; and rescinding $500 from appropri- 
ation for equipment. File 101-74-90. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,304,150, Public Health, for operation 
and equipment; and rescinding $1, 304,150 from appropriations for 
permanent salaries, operation ar.d equipment, Community Mental 
Health Services. File 101-74-91. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 12, 1975. 

5. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
16.6-4 relating to City Attorney's membership in organizations by 
deleting District Attorneys Association of California and adding 
County Counsels Association of California. File 2C-75-1. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution authorising issuance of duplicate bond to American 
National Baal: and Trust of New Jersey. Hetch Ketchy Water Supply 
issue of l';2G due July 1, 1973. File' 107-75. (Treasurer) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorising the Ilayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for Manpower Training Programs, and to include in such grant 
unejrpended funds from previously authorized grants. File 6C-75-2. 
(Ilayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1975. 



Finance Coiiiraittee - 2 - January 29, 1975 

8. Resolution accepting Sifts from various donors for use by the 
Recreation and Park Dept. File 30-75- 3. (Recreation « ParkDept.) 

(From Lakeside Presbyterian Church, $700. CC to help 

defray 1974 Lighting costs of lit. Davidson cross; 
From Mr. 6s Mrs. Daniel E. I'.oshland, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. 
Theodore II. Geballe and Mr. &. Mrs. Howard A. 
Friedman 1,590 shares of Levi Strauss common stock, 
valued at $25,000, toward development of Daniel E. 
Koshland Park at Page and Buchanan Sts.) 

ACTIOl! : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Ordinance appropriating $4,079, Recreation and Park, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification cf one position, Special Zoo Divi- 
sion, and rescinding $4,559 from permanent salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits appropriation. File 101-74-92. (Controller) 

(Companion measure to Crd. 15-75, approved Jan. 22) 

ACTIOi-l : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus City-owned Lot 21, Assess- 
ors Block 325, N/E comer Fifth Street North and Ellis St. for 
$27,500.00. File 110-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Pvesolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of Port 
Director, Port Commission; rescinding Resolution 945-74. File 
31-75-1. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance atnendiiig the Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Public 
Utilities, to reflect retitling of one classification. File 
1C2-74-4C. (Civil Service) 

(No companion measure) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1975. 

13. Ordinance authorizing filing of Satisfaction of Judgment in 
Municipal Court action entitled ,: City ar.d County vs. Kestimat 
Majlessi 1 and release of lien, upon payment of $250.00. File 
3-73-9. (Tax Collector) 

(Consider etion continued from January 15 and 22.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

14. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of action entitled 'City and 
County v;;. George Larson, et al.' File 3-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

(Consideration continued from January 15 and 22.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorising reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. File 

(Continued from Jan. 15 end 22 for Juvenile Court employees' 
claims.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1975. 



7Inar.ce Committee - 3 - January 29, 1975 

16. Grdinance approving agreement between the City and County and the 
United States of America relative to transfer of pari; lands owned 
by the City and County to the Ur:ited States of America for inclu- 
sion in the Golden Gate national Recreation Area, and authorizing 
transfer of certain said lands to the United States of America. 
File 12C-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 12, 1975. (Deputy City Attorney 
Choteau to prepare agreement with covenants, not re- 
citals, to assure maintenance by the Federal government.) 

17. Ordinance providing for the fees of Grand Jurors at $25 per day. 
File 111-75, (Superior Court) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1975. 




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-^ CALENDAR 
Kee.ting of 

fi kance committee 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 5, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 223, City Hall 

Present: Supervisor von 3eroldingen 

Absent: Supervisor Molinari; Items 3,9,10,11,12,14,15-19, 21-23. 

Absent: Supervisor Nelder 1,2,5,6,7,8,13 

1. Ordinance appropriating $5,480 for permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits; abolishing one position and creating one i TC 
position. File 101-74-94. (Port) 

.(A. ccr.panion measure to 102-74-42 following.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

PUBLIC LIL " 

2. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Port Com- 
mission, to reflect a change in salary for the Port Director. 
File 102-74-42. (Port) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $3,527, Municipal Court, for overtime. 
File 101-74-93. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,200, Chief Administrative Officer, for 
fish and game propagation and conservation, and rescinding $1,200 
from appropriations for fish and game propagation, Municipal 
Court. File 101-74-96. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Foucar, Ray & Simon Co. and Flora Crane Service by 
accepting the sum of $4,000 and authorizing dismissal of litiga- 
tion. File 46-75-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance authorizing the City Attorney to execute and deliver 
^Stipulation and Agreement 1, in Superior Court Action 672294 and 
directing City Attorney to dismiss with prejudice as to Chamber of 
Commerce and William A. Dauer City's cross -complaint in Action 
672921. File 106-74-7. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $1,000, Department of Weights and Measures, 
for maintenance and repair of auto equipment. File 101-74-95. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

>( a ) Ordinance appropriating $86,507.76, various departments, for oper- 
ation. File 101-74-97. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

>(b) Ordinance appropriating $3,938.00 for operations, Board of Super- 
visors. File 101-74-97.1. 

ACTION: TO BOARD (Separated from above measure. Supervisor 
Nelder absent; Supervisor Molinari abstaining from 
voting.) 



Finance Committee 



February 5, 1975 



9. Resolutions accepting gifts from various donors for use by 
various departments, as follov;: 

Office of the Iiayor 

(a) $1,359 'Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Safety Project. 

File 33-75-4 



ACTION 

(b) $2 
ACTION 

(c) $1 
ACTION 

(d) $1 
ACTION 

(e) $2 
ACTION 

(f) $1 
ACTION 

(g) $3 

ACTION 
(h) $2 
ACTION 
(i) $1 
ACTION 

(J) $1 

ACTION 

00 $1 

ACTION 

(1) $1 

ACTION 



RECOMMENDED. 
666 'Youth of Reality" 

RECOMMENDED. 
Ill 'Filipino Youth Project" 

RECOMMENDED. 
222 Project 20* 

RECOMMENDED. 
500 'Youth at the Crossroads' 

RECOMMENDED. 
232 "On Your Own 1, 

RECOMMENDED. 



File 38-75-5 



File 38-75-6 



File 38-75-7 



File 38-75-8 



File 38-75-9 



924 ''llorrisania West: Postal Street Academy" File 38-75-10 

RECOMMENDED. 

250 'StreetworU: Girls' File 38-75-11 

RECOMMENDED. 
000 'Youth at the Crossroads (Augmentation)" File 38-75-12 

RECOMMENDED. 

700 'Bayview Hunters Point Youth Service Center' 

File 38-75-13 

RECOMMENDED. 



Ill ''Chinese Youth Alternatives' 

RECOMMENDED. 
250 'Project Agility 

RECOMMENDED . 



File 38-75-14 



File 33-75-15 



Adult Probation 

(m) $1,555 'Friends Outside' File 38-75-16 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Juvenile Probation 

(n) $2,0C3 'Citizen Initiative to Protect Students^ File 38-75-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(o) $2,839 ' : Child Abuse and Neglect Project" File 38-75-18 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(Item continued on next page) 



Finance Committee - 3 - February 5, 1975 

Public Health 

(p) $ 237 'Reality House West' File 38-75-19 

ACTIOiJ: RECOMMENDED. 

(q) $2,305 -Methadone to Abstinence'- File 3G-75-20 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Sheriff 

(r) $ 70 ,; Park and Mall Maintenance Program 1 - File 38-75-21 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(s) $ 123 'Hold Project' File 30-75-22 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(t) $1,125 -Re-entry Counselors' : File 38-75-23 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of SHA I Corpora- 
tion against City and County for $75,000. File 46-75-2. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: TABLED. (City Attorney requested to file cross-complaint.) 

11. Application of Naina Ramirez for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $50,000. File 
50-75-3. 

(City Attorney recommends that application be denied.) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $4,120 for materials and supplies, 
County Clerk s Office; an emergency measure. File 101-74-98. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

13. Ordinance appropriating $57,425 for Policeman and Fireman examin- 
ations; Civil Service Commis sion; an emergency measure. File 
101-74-99. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

14. Ordinance appropriating $14,878 for fixed charges, various de- 
partments; an emergency measure. File 101-74-100. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 262-74 (Annual Salary Ordinance, 
1974-5) to reflect the retitling of one classification, Public 
Utilities Commission. File 102-74-40. (Civil Service) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 4 - February 5, 1975 

16. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. File 
51-74-4. 

(Continued from Jan. 15, 22, and 29 for Juvenile Court employees' 
claims.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution cancelling taxes on property acquired by the San Fran- 
cisco Redevelopment Agency. File 24-75-2. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

18. Resolution accepting $1,000 from LARAS Philanthropic Fund for use 
by Human Rights Commission to support a Community Information 
Service Program. File 3G-75-24. (Human Rights) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDE D . 

19. Resolution authorizing application for Federal funds through the 
State Library System for extension and improvement of Public 
Library services for 1975-75. File C4-75-2. (Public Library) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

20. Ordinance providing for the fees of Grand Jurors at $25 per day. 
File 111-75. (Superior Court) 

(Continued from January 29, 1975.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

21. Resolution authorizing the llayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for lianpower Training Programs, and to include in such 
grant unexpended funds from previously authorized grants. File 
60-75-2. (iiayor) 

(Continued from January 29, 1975.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Hearing concerning purported inadequate radio communications 
equipment at Central Emeigency Hospital at behest of concerned 
ambulance drivers and medical stev;ards. File 119-75. (Nelder) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

23. Resolution authorizing and directing the President of the Board 
of Supervisors to sign, on behalf of the City and County, four 
agreements v/ith the Bureau of Prisons for services to Federal 
offenders at Juvenile Hall male v/ards, Juvenile Hall female wards, 
Log Cabin Ranch School and Hidden Valley R,anch. File 126-75. 
(Feinstein) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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S.F. Public Library 

Civic tenter 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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' FINANCE COi-MITTEE ... h, ° 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

' ■ WWJC M=i<**S1l 

Thursday, February 13, 1975 2:00 p.m., Board Chambers, City Hall 
Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance approving agreement between the City and County and the 
United States of America relative to transfer of park lands owned 
by the City and County to the United States of America for inclu- 
sion in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area; and authorizing 
transfer of certain said lands to the United States of America. 
File 120-75. (Real Estate) 

(Consideration continued from January 29 meeting.) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain of a certain 
real property on Taraval St. between 32nd and 33rd Aves. for a 
Hetch Hetchy substation for the Municipal Railway. File 81-75-1. 
(Real Estate) 

(Consideration continued from January 29 meeting.) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property in the 
City and County of San Francisco for Department of Social Services 
administrative offices. File 127-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,304,150, Public Health, for operation 
and equipment; rescinding $1,304,150 from appropriations for per- 
manent salaries, operation and equipment, Community Health 
Services. File 101-74-91. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $0,530, Recorder and Registrar of Voters, 
for permanent salaries for reclassification of two positions, and 
rescinding $9,679 from permanent salaries appropriation and manda- 
tory fringe benefits. File 101-74-101. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Recorder and 
Registrar of Voters, to reflect reclassification of two positions. 
File 102-74-39. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-101.) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance appropriating $13,000, Tax Collector, for operation; and 
$33,000, San Francisco General Hospital, for capital improvements. 
File 101-74-102. (Controller) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - February 13, 1975 

0. Ordinance appropriating $30,000, Social Services, for operation; 
and $45,594, Public Health, for operation and equipment. File 
101-74-103. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance appropriating $3,022, Public Health, for wages and man- 
datory fringe benefits to provide additional cost of living ad- 
justment to wage rates of Meat Cutter and Head Heat Cutter, 
effective July 1, 1974. File 101-74-104. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75 to provide 
additional cost of living adjustment to wage rates for Meat 
Cutter and Head Meat Cutter, effective July 1, 1974, Department 
of Public Health. File 102-74-17. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-104.) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance appropriating $1,304,150, Public Health, for operation 
and equipment; and rescinding $1,304,150 from appropriation for 
permanent salaries, operation and equipment, Community Mental 
Health Services. File 101-74-91. (Controller) 

(Consideration continued from January 29 meeting.) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance appropriating $53,214.79, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits to provide ad- 
justment of compensation schedules and health and welfare bene- 
fits, effective April 1, 1973, for plumber and related crafts. 
File 201-72-132. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1972-73 by adjusting 
health and welfare benefits, effective April 1, 1973 for plumber 
and related crafts, various departments. File 200-72-63. (Civil 
Service) 

(A companion measure to File 201-72-132.) 

ACTION: 

14. Ordinance appropriating $200,673.34, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits by adjusting the 
wage schedules, effective July 1, 1973, to provide additional 
rates of pay for plumber and related classes. File 101-73-210. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 by adjusting 
wage schedules, effective July 1, 1973, to provide additional 
rates of pay for plumber and related classes, various departments. 
File 102-73-93. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-73-210.) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - February 13, 1975 

16. Application of Ethel 14. Jones for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $50,000 for personal 
injury. File 50-75-4. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney recommends denial. If not acted upon on or before 
February 16, 1975, application will be deemed denied by law.) 

ACTION: 

17. Application of Rene Garrette, a minor, for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County in the amount of $5,000 for 
personal injury. File 50-75-5. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney recommends approval.) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $34,658 for operation, Registrar of Voters 
and Retirement System; an emergency measure. File 101-74-105. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 

19. Ordinance appropriating $2,000 for equipment, Road Fund, Street 
Planting. File 101-74-90.1. 

(2/3/75 - Question divided and referred by Board.) 

ACTION: 

20. Resolution urging Recreation and Park Commission to utilize funds 
from Estate of LeRoy H. Vane by applying 1/3 of the remaining 
funds for remodeling the existing 37th Avenue senior citizens 
center and reserving the remaining 2/3 for construction of a 
social recreation center as a part of a building constructed in 
Marshall Square or elsewhere in the downtown area. File 137-75. 
(Kopp, Feinstein, Pelosi) 

ACTION: 

21. Resolution authorizing filing of an application by Public Utili- 
ties Commission with Department of Transportation for and accept- 
ing a grant under the Mass Transportation Act of 1964 for a 
technical studies grant and for acquisition of real and personal 
property for the Municipal Railway. File 143-75. (Public 
Utilities) 

ACTION: 

22. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
San Francisco Industrial Park, Inc. for $14, COO, required for 
Municipal Railway Coachyard and Combined Central Shops. File 
144-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 



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tcryiA~*-J*L^ Meeting of // 

. FINANCE COiJ ilT.TTEE ^ 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County '"of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 19, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Eeroldinften, Nelder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $263,000 for court-ordered expenditures 
and $1,071,075 for judgments and claims. File 101-74-106. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

2. Ordinance appropriating $0,041 for permanent salaries and rescind- 
3- n S $7,344 from permanent salaries for the reclassification of one 
position. File 101-74-107. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and abolishment of one classification. File 102-74-41. 
(Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-107.) 
ACTION: TABLED. 

4. Hearing to explore ways of implementing a more efficient security 
system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 90-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from January 29, 1975.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO MARCH 5, 1975. 

5. Hearing to determine how Board of Supervisors might promote addi- 
tional jobs in the City through legislative action or other means. 
File 149-75. (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: REFERRED TO COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE AT AUTHOR'S 
REQUEST. 

6. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property in the 
City and County of San Francisco for Department of Social Services 
administrative offices. File 127-75. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from February 13, 1975.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (SUPERVISOR MOLINARI DISSENTING. ) 



Finance Committee - 2 - February 19, 1975 

7. Ordinance appropriating $1,241,202 for operation and equipment, 
rescinding $1,241,202 from appropriations for permanent salaries, 
operation and equipment, Community Mental Health Services, Public 
Health Department. File 101-74-91.2. (Controller) 

(Continued from February 13, 1975.) 

Ordinance divided. Recommended portions to be heard by 
ACTION: Board March 3. Remainder to be heard by Finance on 
March 5, 1975. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $30,000 for extension of program contract 
with Potrero Hill Neighborhood House; rescinding $30,000 from 

v various appropriations. File 101-74-103.2. (Social Services) 

(Continued from February 13, 1975.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $6,250 for operation, Retirement System, 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-74-105.2, (Controller) 

(Continued from February 13, 1975.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

OFF CALENDAR 

Request to withdraw proposed resolution approving release of 
$118,000 in Art Commission Revenue Sharing Funds and $82,000 
in Neighborhood Arts for purpose of acquiring the Haight 
Theater complex. File 101-74-89.1. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: REQUEST GRANTED. 



2l2(*ll£ C A L E H D A R 

.■^fijP AA *' iieetingof 

- FINANCE COIillTTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and Cou.Viy of San Fvr.ncisco . 

Wednesday, February 26, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Holinari, Welder 

SPECIAL ORDER 
4:C0 p.m. 

1. Ordinance appropriating $29,948 for medical service and care, 
rescinding $29,940 from appropriations for medical service and 
care, Richmond liaxi-Center, Public Health Department. File 
101-74-91.2. (Controller) 

(Separated from File 101-74-91 and continued from 2/13/75.) 

ACTION: CONT'D TO 3/5/74 - Joint meeting of Finance and Health 
and Environment Committee. Special Order - 4:00 p.m. 

2. Resolution authorizing amendment of lease of real property at 
2335-39 Ocean Avenue for use by Department of Public Health. 
File 64-75-1. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

3. Resolution authorizing amendment of lease of real property at 
942 Market Street for use by Department of Public Health. 
File 64-75-2. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-67 by amending Section 2 
thereof, relating to rate of tax imposed, by increasing real 
property transfer tax from 55 cents to $2.50 for each $500 of the 
sale price of the property being transferred. File 157-75. 
(Finance and Records) 

ACTION: CONT'D. TO 3/5/74. 

5. Resolution approving agreements between the City and County and 
United States Federal Aviation Administration for lease of 
certain areas at San Francisco Interrational Airport for install- 
ation, operation and maintenance of additional navigational aids. 
File 27-75-1. (Airports Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Appropriation Ordinance for fiscal year 
ending 6/30/75 by adding thereto Section 10.2 providing for trans- 
fer of surpluses existing in appropriation for permanent salaries 
civilian to overtime salaries civilian. File 101-74-70. (Police 
Commission) 

(2/10/75 - Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $117,050 for operation and equipment, 
Superior Court and County Clerk, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.306. File 101-74-109. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 2 - February 26, 1975 

8. Ordinance appropriating $117,200 for renewing contract with 
San Francisco Aid Retarded Children, Social Services. File 
101-74-111. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $27,274, Ketch Hetchy Project Fund; 
$42,350, San Francisco General Hospital; $1,500, Adult Probation; 
and $4,230, Public Defender; for operation and capital improve- 
ment; rescinding $4,230 from permanent salaries, revenue sharing 
appropriation, Public Defender. File 101-74-112. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1972-73 by adjusting 
compensation schedules and health and welfare benefits, effective 
4/1/73 for plumber and related crafts, various departments. 

File 200-72-63. (Civil Service) 

(2/1C/75 - Rereferred to Committee by Hoard.) 
ACTION: CONT'D. TO 3/17/75. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $63,214.79, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits to provide adjust- 
ment of compensation schedules and health a;;d welfare benefits, 
effective 4/1/73, for plumber and related crafts. File 
200-72-132. (Controller) 

(A companion measure to File 200-72-6C.) 

(2/18/75 - Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: CONT'D. TO 3/17/75. 

12. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 by adjust- 
ing wage schedules, effective 7/1/73, to provide additional wages 
of pay for plumber and related classes. File 102-73-S3. (Civil 
Service) 

(2/1C/75 - Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: CONT'D. TO 3/17/75. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $203,673.34, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits by adjusting wage 
schedules, effective 7/1/73, to provide additional rates of pay 
for plumber and related classes. File 101-73-210. (Controller) 

(A companion measure to File 102-73-93.) 

(2/1C/75 - Rereferred to Committee by 3oard.) 

ACTION: CONT'D. TO 3/17/75. 

14. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of various claims 
of the City and County. File 49-75-2. (City Attorney) 

United Air Lines - $9,000.00 
Anita 11. Booth and 

Carl Blackford - 833.33 

Natale J. Podesta 1,735.00 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



ENTS 

CALENDAR 

Heetlns of 

■ FINANCE COi-iKITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ ;iarch 5, 1975 ' 2:00 p.m., Room 223, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

(Supervisor Molinari absent on Items 8,9,10,13,14,15) 

1. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain easements in 31ocks 
4351 and 4352, San Francisco, from Uestern Pacific Railroad Com- 
pany, at a cost not to exceed $1,CC0. File 173-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2., Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-67 by amending Section 2 
thereof, relating to rate of tax imposed, by increasing real 
property transfer tax from 55 cents to $2.50 for each $500 of the 
sale price of the property being transferred. File 157-75. 
(Finance and Records) 

(Continued from 2/26/75.) 

ACTIOH: TABLED. 

3. Hearing to explore ways of implementing a more efficient security 
system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 98-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from 2/19/75.) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 

4. Hearing to consider reports that the City and County is in danger 
of losing LEAA funds because the recipient agencies do not have 
acceptable affirmative action programs in the judgment of the 
Federal LEAA administration. File 162-75. (Francois) 

'ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $241,000, Recreation and Park, and 
$265,000, Airport Operation, for capital improvements; rescinding 
$265,000 from appropriation for improvements, Landing Field Facili- 
ties, Airport Operating. File 101-74-113. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: ORDINANCE DIVIDED. AIRPORT APPROPRIATION RECOMMENDED. 

RECREATION & PARK (File 1C -74-113.1) CONT'D. TO 3/12/75. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Recreation and Park, for irriga- 
tion system, Sharp Park.. File 101-74-114. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 3/12/75. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $75,000, Recreation and Park, for wages - 
P.T. Directors; rescinding $16,100 f::om appropriation for Sharp 
Park Golf Course, replace water mains, freeway, Public Works 
Department. File 101-74-115. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/12/75. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $1,334, Education, County Offices, for 
permanent salaries to provide for adjustment of annual salary for 
County Superintendent of Schools, effective 1/1/75; rescinding 
$387 from fixed charges. File 101-74-116. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Finance Committee - 2 - Kerch 5, 1975 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Department of 
Education County Offices, ref lectins adjustment of salary for the 
County Superintendent of Schools, effective 1/1/75. File 
102-74-43. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-116.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance appropriates $4,406 for permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits for creation of one position, Mayor's Office; 
rescinding $4,406 from State Legislative Expense appropriation. 
File 1C1-74-117. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 262-74, Annual Salary Ordinance 
1974-75, Mayor's Office, to reflect establishment of new classi- 
fication with salary schedule therefor, and allocation of one 
position thereto. File 102-74-3C. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-117.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $934.04, Department of Electricity, for 
retroactive salaries, court ordered. File 101-74-11G. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $90,064, Police Department, for permanent 
salaries - uniform force, holiday pay - uniform force, and manda- 
tory fringe benefits for creation of twelve positions; rescinding 
$90,046 from permanent salaries - uniform force. File 101-74-119. 
(Controller) 

. ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Police Depart- 
ment, reflecting classification of twel^ve new positions. File 
102-74-46. (Civil Service) ' 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-119.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $01,000, Police Department, for differ- 
ential pay - uniformed force. File 101-74-120. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $9,176, Municipal Railway, for retroactive 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits to reflect adjustment of 
salary schedule, effective 7./1/73, for class in Transportation 
Promotive Series in accordance with provisions of formula adopted 
for said class in Salary Standardization Ordinance 1973-74, and 
providing an increase based on the wage rate percentage increase 
for the transit operators to the closest compensation schedule. 
File 101-73-211. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - Harch 5, 1975 

17. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to reflect 

adjustment of salary schedule, effective 7/1/73, for a class in 
the Transportation Promotive Series, Municipal Railway. File 
102-73-94. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-73-211.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

1C. Ordinance appropriates $2,005, City Attorney, and $o,S54, Uater 
Operating, for permanent salaries and r.-.andatory fringe benefits 
to provide for classes in the Transportation Promotive Series 
reflecting an adjustment of salary schedules, effective 7/1/74, 
in accordance with provisions of formula adopted for said classes 
in the Salary Standardization Ordinance, 1973-74, and providing 
an increase representing the percentage increase granted under 
Section 8.404. File 101-74-121. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance appropriating $324,075, Municipal Railway, for perman- 
ent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits, and rescinding 
$324,075 from Platform Uages, to provide for classes in the 
Transportation Promotive Series reflecting adjustment of salary 
schedules, effective 7/1/74, in accordance with provisions of 
formula adopted for said classes in Salary Standardization Ordin- 
ance 1973-74, and providing an increase which represents the per- 
centage increase granted under Section 8.404. File 1C1-74-11C. 
(Controller) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-121.) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

20. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75 to provide an 
increase for classes in the Transportation Promotive Series which 
represents the percentage increase granted under Section 8.404 
for fiscal year 1973-74, including as a dollar increase the health 
service benefits paid into a fund established for such coach and 
bus operators, effective 7/1/74, in accordance with provisions of 
Section 8.404 of the Charter, various departments. File 102-7^-25. 
(Civil Service) 7i 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-121.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of II & H 
Construction Company in the sum of $924.00. File 40-75-1. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/12/75. 

22. Resolution authorizing Controller, Assessor and Tax Collector to 
perform acts on behalf of the 3oard of Supervisors relating to 
cancellation of items on the assessment roll and performance of 
other similar matters, and waiving the requirement of written con- 
sent of the County legal adviser; rescinding Resolution 849-73. 
File 171-75. (Assessor) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 3/12/75. 



Finance Committee - 4 - March 5, 1975 

23. Resolution accepting gift of $60,000 from National Endowment for 
the Arts for the Art Commission for the Neighborhood Arts Pro- 
gram. File 30-75-27. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



CALENDAR 

Special Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 5, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Welder 



1. Ordinance amending Article 11, Part II, San Francisco Municipal 
Code by amending Section 807 thereof, exempting charitable enter- 
tainment events from the Stadium Operator Admission Tax. File 
160-75. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



I 2 1975 



, CALENDAR T^ 7 ^ C^S&9««$*£ 
• Meeting of ' ^ > Cu^rfJ-L 
■ JOINT FINANCE and HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 5, 1975 Room 220, City Hall 

SPECIAL ORDER 
4:00 P.M. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Gonzales, Kopp, 
Molinari, Nelder, Tamaras* 

1. Ordinance appropriating $29,948 for medical service. .and care; re- 
scinding $29,948 from appropriations for medical service and care, 
Richmond Maxi-Center, Public Health Department. File 101-74-91.2. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 2/26/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 2/19/75. 

*Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder and Tamaras 
present from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. when the meeting was recessed 
because of a Special Board Caucus. The meeting resumed at 
6:40 p.m., following the Caucus, with Supervisors von Beroldingen, 
Gonzales and Kopp present. 

DOCUMENTS 

^ 1 2 1973 

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CALENDAR 




Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 



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DOCUMENTS 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

MAR 2 4 197b 

Wednesday, March 12, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22G, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing amendment of Resolution 530-74, Item 19, 
applicable to existing lease of real property at 2690 Jennings 
Street for use by Department of Public Health. File 64-75-3. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing lease of a portion of Lot 60 in Assessor's 
Block 4991 for recreation purposes. File 64-75-4. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 

3. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 
550 Kearny Street for use by the Public Library. File 64-75-5. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution authorizing acceptance of a deed for sewer and public 
utilities easement within the New Hunters Point Community and 
sewer facilities therein. File 180-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. File 
51-75-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED FOR SEVEN WARRANTS. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $241, COO for Capital Improvements; rescind- 
ing $241,000 from Reserve Funds, P^ecreation and Park Department. 
File 101-74-113.1. (Controller) 

(3/5/75 - Separated in Committee from File 101-74-113. Considera- 
tion continued to 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Recreation and Park, for irriga- 
tion system, Sharp Park. File 101-74-114. (Controller) 

(Consideration continued from 3/5/75.) 

actio:;: continued to 3/19/75. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $75,000, Recreation and Park, for wages - 
P.T. Directors; rescinding $16,100 from appropriation for Sharp 
Park Golf Course, replace water mains, freeway, Public Works 
Department. File 101-74-115. (Controller) 

(Consideration continued from 3/5/75.) 

ACTION. CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 



Finance Committee - 2 - March 12, 1975 

9. Resolution authorizes settlement of unlitigated claim of M & H 
Construction Company in the sum of $924.00. File 4G-75-1. (City 
Attorney) 

(Consideration continued from 3/5/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing Controller, Assessor and Tax Collector to 
perform acts on behalf of the Board of Supervisors relating to 
cancellation of items on the assessment roll and performance of 
other similar matters, and waiving the requirement of written con- 
sent of the County legal adviser; rescinding Resolution 849-73. 
File 171-75. (Assessor) 

(Consideration continued from 3/5/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution authorizing Chief Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, to 
apply for and accept from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning, 
State of California, an extension of Grant #A-1660-73, 'San Fran- 
cisco Juvenile Court Information Services.' File 145-75-1. 
(Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $63,214.79 for retroactive wages and man- 
datory fringe benefits to provide for adjusting compensation 
schedules and health and welfare benefits, effective 4/1/73, for 
7347 Plumber and related crafts, subject to Section 8.403 of the 
Charter and in accordance with provisions of Section 1A and 7.4 
of the Salary Standardization Ordinance, various departments. 
File 201-72-132. (Controller) 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 2/1C/75; consideration con- 
tinued from 2/26/7" * 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 

13. Ordinance amending Ordinance 149-72 (Annual Salary Ordinance 
1972-73) by adjusting compensation schedules and health and 
welfare benefits, effective 4/1/73, for 7347 Plumber and related 
crafts, subject to Section C.4C3 of the Charter and in accordance 
with provisions of Sections LA and 7.4 of the Salary Standardisa- 
tion Ordinance, various departments. File 2C0-72-6C. (Civil 
Service) 

(A companion measure to File 201-72-132.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $20C,S73.34 for retroactive wages and 
mandatory fringe benefits by adjusting wage schedules, effective 
7/1/73, to provide additional rates of pay for 7347 Plumber and 
related classes subject to Section C.403 of the Charter and sec- 
tions 1A and 7.4 of the Salary Standardization Ordinance. File 
101-73-210. (Controller) 

(Rereferred to Committee by 3oard 2/1G/75; consideration con- 
tinued from 2/25/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 



Finance Committee - 3 - March 12, 1975 

15. Ordinance amending Ordinance 200-73 (Annual Salary Ordinance, 
1973-74) by adjusting wage schedules, effective 7/1/73, to pro- 
vide additional rates of pay for 7347 Plumber and related classes 
subject to Section 8.403 of the Charter and Sections 1A and 7.4 
of the Salary Standardization Ordinance, various departments. 
File 102-73-93. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-73-210.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/19/75. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $4,000,000, 1974 Fire Department Facili- 
ties and Systems Improvement Bond Fund, for capital improvement. 
File 101-74-122. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Ordinance appropriating $734,000, Public health, for medical 
service and care, San Francisco General Hospital, pursuant to 
Charter Sec. 6.306. File 101-74-123. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

IS. Ordinance appropriating $06.00, Emergency Services; and $35,000, 
Water Operating, for operation and equipment. File 101-74-124. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance amending Ordinance 262-74 (Annual Salary Ordinance, 
1974-75) to provide additional cost of living adjustment to wage 
rates for ileat Cvtter and Head Heat Cutter, effective 1/1/75, 
Department of Public Health. File 102-74-17.1. (Civil Service) 

(A companion r.east'.re to File 101-74-104, Ordinance 50-75, 
approved 2/25/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assess- 
nents to 1974-75 Assessment Roll, List No. 7450. File 15-75-1. 

(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors. File 30-75-25. 
(Sheriff, Human Rights Ccmniission) 

(From Donato's Body and Fender Repairs, 1955 Plymouth Sedan, 
value $700, to aid personnel of Jail Work Furlough 
program; 
From San Francisco Foundation, $1,000 to support Human 
Rights' Cornrnunity Information Service Program.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution extending time for award of Department of Public Works 
contract. File 61-75-2. (Public works) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 4 - March 12, 1974 

23. Ordinance amending Part II, Chapter X, San Francisco Municipal 
Code, by amending Sections 352 and 353 thereof, increasing in- 
spection fees on excavation and changing definition of excavation 
on which such fees are charged. File 1G1-75. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Resolution providing for issuance of $8,025,000 Market Street 
Reconstruction and Improvement, 1968, Series D, bonds. File 
176-75-:l. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

25. Resolution providing for issuance of $19,000,000 Water Pollution 
Control bonds, 1970, Series C. File 176-75-2. (Controller) 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDED . 

26. Resolution providing for issuance of $1,600,000 Fire Protection 
Systems Improvement bonds, 1971, Series B. File 176-75-3. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

27. Resolution providing for issuance of $10,000,000 Harbor Improve- 
ment bonds, 1971, Series B. File 176-75-4. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

28. Resolution providing for issuance of $8,925,000 Municipal Water 
Supply System Improvement bonds, 1972, Series B. File 176-75-5. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Resolution providing for issuance of $2,000,000 Sevier System Im- 
provement bonds, 1972, Series B. File 176-65-6. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

30. Resolution pr~-vidii g for issuance of $20,825,000 Public School 
Building Improvement bonds, 1973, Series B. File 176-75-7. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Resolution providing fcr issuance cf $1,850,000 Fire Protection 
Systems Inprovemen ; bonds, 1974, Series A. File 176-75-3. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

32. Resolution directing sale of bonds and publication of official 
notice of sale. File 175-75-9. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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CALENDAR * ,/ ^^^'-^n 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE and HEALTH AMD ENVTROMiENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 19, 1975 Room 228, City Hall 

SPECIAL ORDER 
2:00 P.M. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



1. 



Ordinance appropriating $29,948 for medical service and care; res 
eluding $29,948 from appropriations for medical service and care, 
Richmond Maxi-Center, Public Health Department. File 101-74-91.2 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 3/5/75.) 

, , DOCUMENTS 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 3/26/75. 

MAR 2 4 1975 



Finance Committee - 2 - March 19, 1975 

9. Resolution authorizing acceptance of gift of the architectural 
construction of a pavillion under Fifth Street North in Hallidie 
Plaza. File 3C-74-19. (Feinstein) 

(Calendared at the Call of the Chair.) 

ACTION : 

10. Ordinance appropriating $63,214.79, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits to provide adjust- 
ment of compensation schedules and health and welfare benefits, 
effective 4/1/73, for Plumber and related crafts. File 201-72-132, 
(Controller) 

(2/18/75 - Rereferred to Committee by Board. Continued from 
2/26/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1972-73 by adjusting 
compensation schedules and health and welfare benefits, effective 
4/1/73 for Plumber and related crafts, various departments. 

File 200-72-68. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 201-72-132. Rereferred to Committee 
by Board 2/1G/75. Continued from 2/26/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance appropriating $208,673.34, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits by adjusting wage 
schedules, effective 7/1/73, to provide additional rates of pay 
for Plumber and related classes. File 101-73-210. (Controller) 

(2/1C/75 - Rereferred to Committee by Board. Continued from 
2/26/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 by adjusting 
wage schedules, effective 7/1/73, to provide additional rates of 
pay for Plumber and related classes. File 102-73-93. (Civil 
Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-73-210. Rereferred to Committee 
by Board 2/18/75. Continued from 2/26/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution authorizing proposed Ninth Amendatory Grant Contract 
for Code Enforcement Program No. Calif. E-4. File 29-75-1. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution approving lease of Revenue Sharing Funds in the amount 
of $125,000 for use by the Art Commission to cover auditorium 
completion costs at the Chinese Cultural Foundation in exchange 
for a 15-year sublease. File 101-74-125. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - March 19, 1975 



16. Ordinance appropriating $30,300 for operation, Emergency Services 
and Juvenile Court, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 
101-74-126. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

17. Ordinance appropriating $251,450 for operation. Airport Operating, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-127. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

18. Ordinance appropriating $33,000, Fire Department, for maintenance 
and repair of equipment, firehouses; and $24,107, San Francisco 
Bicentennial for publicity and advertising fund. File 101-74-128. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 

19. Ordinance appropriating $3,250, Emergency Services; and $1,200, 
Social Services, for operation. File 101-74-129. (Controller) 

ACTION : 

20. Resolution approving expenditures in the amount of $9,000 from 
Revenue Sharing monies allocated for Community Cultural Centers 
to cover architectural services at Potrero Hill Neighborhood 
House. File 575-74-2. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: 

21. Ordinance appropriating $160, for maintenance of minors in 
foster homes and institutions, Juvenile Court, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.306, an emergency measure. File 101-74-130. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 

22. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors. File 38-75-23. 
(Recreation and Park) 

From San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, Ikebana International 
Society, 100 cherry trees to be planted in vicinity of 
Alvord Lake, Golden Gate Park, valued at aporoximately 
$2,000. 

From Holland Bulb Company, 2,000 lycoris bulbs for Strybing 
Arboretum, Golden Gate Park, valued at $600. 

From United States Navy, U.S.S. Coral Sea, one surplus C54 
Twin Engine Beechcraft and one surplus F8 Crusader as 
play apparatus for children. 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 4 - March 19, 1975 

23. Ordinance appropriating $241,800 for Capital Improvements; re- 
scinding $241,800 from Reserve Funds, Recreation and Park Depart- 
ment. File 101-74-113 .1. (Controller) 

(3/5/75 - Separated in Committee from File 101-74-113. Continued 
from 3/5/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

24. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Recreation and Park, for irriga- 
tion system, Sharp Park. File 101-74-114. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/5/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

25. Ordinance appropriating $75,000 Recreation and Park, for wages - 
P.T. Directors; rescinding $16,100 from appropriation for Sharp 
Park Golf Course, replace water mains, freeway, Public Works 
Department. File 101-74-115. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/5/75 and 3/12/75.) 

ACTION: 

26. Resolution authorizing General Manager, Public Utilities Commis- 
sion, to apply for and accept transit aid funds as provided under 
the Urban Mass.Transportation Act of 1964 for use of the Munici- 
pal Railway. File 143-75-2. (Public Utilities) 

ACTION: 

27. Resolution authorizing General Manager, Public Utilities Commis- 
sion, to apply for and accept transit aid funds as provided under 
the State of California Transportation Development Act of 1971 
for use by the Municipal Transit System of the City and County. 
File 143-75-3. (Public Utilities) 

ACTION: 

28. Resolution authorizing General Manager, Public Utilities Commis- 
sion, ^.to apply for and accept transit aid funds provided by the 
State of California from State Highway funds for use by the 
Municipal Railway. File 1743-75-4. (Public Utilities) 

ACTION: 

29. Resolution authorizing lease of a portion of Lot 60 in Assessor's 
Block 4991, Tocoloma Avenue and Lathrop Avenue, for recreation 
purposes. File 64-75-4. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 



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^CALENDAR 



Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES . COMMITTEE 

"■o ~~ 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of^San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 26, 1975 2:00 p.m. Board Chambers, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Barbagelata, Molinari, Welder 

1. Resolution requesting continuation of the Gas Tax Summer Youth Job 
Program for underprivileged youth under the auspices of the San 
Francisco Department of Public Works. File 175-75. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 

Meeting of p6=Jc ... 

JOINT FINANCE AND HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 26, 1975 2:30p.m. Board Chambers, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Gonzales, Kopp, 
Molinari, Nelder, Tamaras 

1. Ordinance appropriating $29,948 for medical service and care; re- 
scinding $29,940 from appropriations for medical service and care, 
Richmond Maxi-Center, Public Health Department. File 101-74-91.2. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 3/2S/75.) 

ACTION: 



SVO.Jlg § CALENDAR "'•' 

** / 

Meeting of 

3-J(r-f£ ^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board ofJJupervisors 
City and Country~"~of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 26, 1975 3:00 p.m. Board Chambers, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution accepting easement for relocation of irrigation 
controller in Assessor's Block 4710. File 197-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 855 
Harrison Street for use by Hetch Hetchy Water and Power. File 
64-75-8. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

3. Communication from Director of Property, inquiring as to whether 
the Board wishes to purchases a portion of Lot 1, Block 836, 
adjacent to the Van Ness station, from BARTD. File 195-75. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance providing for raising of additional public revenues by 
levying a license fee upon persons who engage within the City and 
County in any trade, occupation or profession, of one percent (1%) 
of the compensation thereof; providing for the administration and 
collection of said license fee; providing penalties for violation 
of the provisions thereof; and providing an effective date hereof. 
File 194-75. (Finance and Records) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.170-2, accepting requirements of Section 13522, California 
Penal Code, relating to training of law enforcement officers and 
funding thereof. File 187-75. (Francois) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Sections 
20.29 and 20.29-2, increasing the maximum rate for normal care in 
a foster home of Juvenile Court wards and minor persons concerning 
whom petitions have been filed or programs of informal supervision 
undertaken under State Law, and establishing an effective date 
therefor-; and deleting the maximum amount to be provided for 
clothing per child. File 196-75. (Juvenile Court) 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution approving Temporary Loan Requisition No. 25 and Certifi- 
cate of Cash Needs under loan and grant contract No. UR Calif. 

2-1 (LG) for project No. UR Calif. 2-1, Diamond Heights. File 
70-75-1. (Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 



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March 26, 1975 



8. Resolution approving temporary loan requisition No. 22 and Certi- 
ficate of Cash Meeds under loan and grant contract No. Calif. R-7 
(LG) for project Ho. Calif. R-7, Embarcadero/Lower Market. File 
73-75-1. (Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against City and 
County. File 45-75-2. (City Attorney) 

tction No. 
C £02077 



615205 
611914 
640931 
MC 639227 
702699 
709196 
702116 
684360 

ACTION: 



Plaintiff 




Settlement 


Theresa Brown, a minor, 


by Mary Ann 




Brown, her Guardian ad litem, 




Mary Ann Brown, James 


A. Brown 




and Connie Brown 




$35,000. 


Earline Garrison 




2,500. 


Lilly Mae Gross 




700. 


Louise Zamacona 




751. 


S. Aaron Berman 




250. 


Kathleen Ann 3oarman 




1,200. 


James A. Hall 




976.04 


Bernard Marten 




750. 


Mary McCann 




300. 



10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against City and 
County. File 45-75-3. (City Attorney) 



(Action No , 
SC 632233 

598611 
649368 
649320 
627735 
649624 
642749 
597814 
654464 



ACTION: 



Plaintiff 

Marlene Donato and 

George Granera 

Peter Georgeades 

Robert LaFreniere 

William W. Lovett 

Alan Lucero 

Robert Mogar 

Calvin V. Smith 

Billy D. Waller 

John A. Wilson, Sr., and 

Warren Wilson 



Settlement 
$ 4,000. — 
200. 

4,500. 
13,125. 

1,250. 

1,500. 

3,000. 

5,000. 

3,375. 

2,250. 

2,250. 



11. 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against City and 
County. File 45-75-4. (City Attorney) 



(Action No . 
SC 639841 

641767 

646035 

647916 

652733 

646035 

656045 

682781 

684800 
USDC No. 
C-73-0472WTS 



Plainti ff 
Leona Barber 
Ora D. Broudy 
Wallace K. Calloway 
Michael Darden 
Emanuel Fanning 
Emanuel Fanning 
Olimpia Lunardi 
Jose Partida, Jr. 
Michael L. Absalon 

Luis N. Diaz 



Settlement 

5 500" 

8,000. 

23,750. 

750. 

10,000. 

469.69 

1,750. 

500. 

450. 

2,640. 



ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - March 26, 1975 

12. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 40-75-2. (City Attorney) 

Name Settlement 
TTTelzer $ 13313.00 

Ula Higginbotham 1,500.00 

Hanford Kwan 1,170.30 

Ray A. Landi 2,457.03 

Safeco Insurance Co. 2,064.76 
State Farm Insurance Co. 645.63 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for the rehabilition of Van Ness Avenue, in- 
cluding installation of conduit, between Golden Gate Avenue and 
Lombard Street. File 193-75-1. (Public Works) 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution authorizing lease agreement with San Francisco Muni- 
cipal Railway Improvement Corporation for motor coach storage and 
maintenance facilities, Phase II. File 40-75-2. (Public 
Utilities) 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution authorizing lease agreement with San Francisco Muni- 
cipal Railway Improvement Corporation for the Muni Metro Rail 
Center required by the Municipal Railway. File 40-75-3, (Public 
Utilities) 

ACTION: 

16. Resolution authorizing Chief Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, to 
apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for a project entitled, ,: Log Cabin Ranch, Vocational and 
Guidance Program. i; File 145-75-2. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 

17. Ordinance appropriating $29,751, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits, to continue eight posi- 
tions for additional four months to end of fiscal year. File 
101-74-131. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Social Serv- 
ices, to reflect extension of funding of eight positions for bal- 
ance of fiscal year. File 102-74-51. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-131.) 

ACTION: 

19. Ordinance appropriating $14,000, Public Works, for City Hall rest- 
room improvements for physically handicapped, and $643,000, 1961 
Municipal Water Systems Bond Fund, for new Don Pedro Dam, rescind- 
ing $370,000 from various appropriations. File 101-74-132. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 4 - March 26, 1975 

20. Ordinance appropriating $4,016.48 for permanent salaries and man- 
datory fringe benefits for creation of one position, Superior 
Court. File 101-74-133. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

21. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Superior 
Court, to reflect classification of one new position. File 
102-74-52. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-133.) 

ACTION: 

22. Ordinance appropriating $13,497, Public Health, Administration, 
for contractual services. File 101-74-134. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

23. Ordinance appropriating $13,400 for ground floor ventilation 
system, Library Annex, Public Library, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.306. File 101-74-135. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

24. Ordinance appropriating $60,575 for prisoner medical program, per- 
manent salaries, operations, equipment, mandatory fringe benefits 
and creating five positions. File 101-74-136. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

25. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Public 
Health, to reflect classification of five new positions, Prisoner 
Medical Program. File 102-74-53. (Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-136.) 

ACTION: 

26. Application of Sonja Pena for leave to present late claim against 
the City and County in the amount of $100,000 for medical mal- 
practice. File 50-74-10. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

27. Resolution authorizing proposed Ninth Amendatory Grant Contract 
for Code Enforcement Program No. Calif. E-4. File 29-75-1. 
(Public Works) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: 

28. Ordinance appropriating $1,300, Emergency Services, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-126.1. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 5 - March 26, 1975 

29. Ordinance appropriating $26,107 for Can Francisco 3icentennial 
publicity and advertising fund. File 1C1-74-128.1. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: 

30. Ordinance aporopriating $2,500 for operation, Emergency Services. 
File 101-74-129.1. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: 

31. Ordinance appropriating $3,481, Recreation and Pari;, for perman- 
ent salaries for reclassification of one position, and rescinding 
$7,344 from permanent salaries. File 101-74-107. (Controller) 

Action: 

32. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflect- 
ing establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and abolishment of one classification. File 102-74-41. 
(Civil Service) 

(A companion measure to File 101-74-107.) 

ACTION: 

33. Ordinance appropriating $44, COO, City Attorney, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.305, an emergency ordinance. 
File 101-74-137. (Controller) 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 



Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Marion O'Donnell 

S.F. Public Library 

Civic Center 

San Francisco, CA 94102 






Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 26, 1975 3oard Chambers, City Hall 

SPECIAL ORDER 
3:00 P.M. 



1. Ordinance urging the State Legislature to proceed forthwith with 
legislation to fund Emergency Telephone System. File 12-75-43. 
(Barbagelata) 

ACTION: 




y 




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CALENDAR 

Meeting of DOCUMENTS 

' FINANCE COI SUTTEE 

Board of Supervisors APR 

City and County of San Francisco 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Wednesday, April 2, 1975 2:CC P.M. Room 228, City*#a-¥l 1 - ,BRARY 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, tfolinarf, Nelder 

*Supervisor Molinari absent on Items 16 through 32. 

1. Resolution authorizing lease of a portion of Lot 60 in Assessor's 
Block 4391 for Recreation and Park Department. File 64-75-4. 
(Real Estate) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

2. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property for 
widening of Uebster Street between Post and 3ush Streets within 
Western Addition Area A-2, being portions of Assessor's Blocks 
675 and 685, at a cost not to exceed $400,000. File 209-75. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to apply 
for and accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 

a project entitled, "1975-1976 Part C Planning Augmentation Grant." 
File 68-75-4. (Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 

4. Resolution authorizing Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to apply 
for and accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
a project entitled, "1975-1975 Part B Planning Grant." File 
68-75-5. (Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff and Chief Adult Probation 
Officer to request and accept from Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning an extension and augmentation of Grant #1G54-E, entitled, 
"Creation of Multi-Purpose Educational Wing at San Francisco 
County Jail Ho. 2." File 210-75-1. (Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against City and 
County. File 45-75-3. (City Attorney) 

(Actio n No . Plai ntif f Settl ement 

MC 693H5 Roland Durousseau ?~ lOO.OO • 

SC 644558 Northwest Construction Co. 75,000.00 

618868 John R. Oei and Irene Gel 7,500.00 

67303C Rene Roberts 1,300.00 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 

7. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 

against Joseph T I. Edwards by ."cceptrnce of ?4,CCC and authorising 
dismissal of litigation. File 45-75-2. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 



Finance Committee - 2 - April 2, 1975 

G. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-75-3. (City 
Attorney) 

Name Settl em ent 

City Cab Company &. James Alvey ? ZtOOTOT) 
Leon iicGraw 1,500.00 

Santa Fe Pomeroy Co. & Merle Barton 4, ICC. 00 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 



9. Application of Donald A. Balcer for leave to present 
against the City and County in the amount of $50,0CC 
consortium. File 5C-75-7. (City Attorney) 



late claim 
for loss of 



ACTION: DENIED. 

10. Resolution authorizing execution of a proposed Ninth Amendatory 
Grant Contract for Code Enforcement Program Mo. Calif. E-4. 
File 29-75-1. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 3/25/75.) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

11. Ordinance authorizing amendment to lease between the City and 
County and Golden Gate Equestrian Centre, Ltd. to provide for 
installation of portable stalls in Golden Gate Park and to charge 
a fee therefor. File 62-74-5. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 

12. Hearing to consider possibility of the City and County paying for 
cost of uniforms for ambulance drivers and stewards employed by 
the Department of Public Health. File 206-75. (Helder) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. (Director of Health requested to submit 

Supplemental Budget immediately; uniforms 
to be purchased from SFPD in interim.) 

13. Resolution restating and reaffirming City and County policy re- 
garding jail consolidation and urging the liayor to immediately 
approve and release the supplemental appropriation request sub- 
mitted by the Sheriff to implement this policy. File 216-75. 
(llolinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resclution authorizing the Port Director of the Port of San Fran- 
cisco to execute Plann5.ng Loan Agreement dated November 25, 1974, 
between the Port of San Francisco and the State of California 
Department of Navigation and Ocean Development for the purpose of 
planning the development of small craft harbor facilities in the 
Fisherman's Wharf area. File 19C-75. (Port of San Francisco) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution accepting $705.36 from Foster Parents United Associ- 
ation for use by Department of Social Services in being repre- 
sented at the 5th Annual Conference of Foster Parents, Atlanta, 
Georgia, April 3C - Hay 3, 1975. File 30-75-29. (Social 
Services) 

ACTION : RECLVM-rNDED . 



Finance Committee - 3 - April 2, 1975 

15. Resolution authorizing second amendment of Joint Exercise of 

Powers Agreement with BARTD and Redevelopment Agency to set aside 
additional funds for transit construction of West Portal station. 
File 87-75-1. (Transit Task Force) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution authorizing institution of legal proceedings for 
recovery of value of servicss rendered at San Francisco General 
Hospital and Laguna Honda Hospital. File 200-75. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

18. Request for extension of time to ilay 6, 1975, for awarding con- 
tract on Grant Project No. C-06-C740-010, North Point Crosstown 
Transport Project, Contract IX, Fourth Street Pumping Station, 
Force Main No. 2, Spec. 23,760. File 61-75-3. (Public Works) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Ordinance appropriating $8,841 for permanent salaries for re- 
classification of one position, and rescinding $7,344 from per- 
manent salaries. File 101-74-107. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/26/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/16/74. 

20. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75 reflecting 
establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and abolishment of one classification. File 102-74-41. 
(Civil Service No. 42) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-107; continued from 3/26/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/16/74. 

21. Ordinance appropriating $99,700, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries, temporary salaries, operation, equipment, mandatory 
fringe benefits, and creation of 24 positions, Focd Stamp Pro- 
gram. File 101-74-138. (Controller) 

ACTION: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED. 

22. Crdinsr.ce amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75 reflecting 
ciassia.icat.ion of 24 new positions in cue i-ood SLa^p Program, 
Department of Social Services. File 102-74-55. (Civil Service 
No. 67) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-138.) 

ACTION: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED. 



23. Ordinance appropriating $152,376, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries, fringe benefits, operation, equipment, fixed charges, 
capital improvement and creation of 34 positions; rescinding 
$35,655 from appropriation for Aid to Families vriLth Dependent 
Children, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 1C1-74-139. 
(Controller) 

ACTIOI'!: TABLED. 



Finance Committee - 4 - April 2, 1975 

24. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Social Serv- 
ices, to reflect classification of 34 new positions in Aid to 
Families with Dependent Children Program. File 102-74-54. 
(Civil Service No. 68.) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-139.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

25. Ordinance appropriating $15,725, Pvoad Fund, for maintenance and 
repair, signs, and $210,250, Hater Operating, for material and 
supplies, equipment, and fixed charges. File 101-74-140. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

26. Ordinance appropriating $105,170 for operation, Airport Operat- 
ing. File 101-74-141. (Controller) 

ACTION: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED. 

27. Ordinance appropriating $135,034, San Francisco General Hospital, 
for operation, rescinding $135,034 from appropriation for equip- 
ment; $21,000 Police Department, for operation, rescinding $4, C00 
from appropriation for equipment, helicopter parts. File 
101-74-142. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

28. Ordinance appropriating $35,594, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of 19 positions and abolishment of 
1 position, and rescinding $39,939 from permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits appropriation. File 101-74-143. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 

29. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, Public Health, 
reflecting establishment of 5 new classifications, with salary 
schedules therefor, to implement reorganization of the Medical 
Record Division. File 102-74-49. (Civil Service No. 55) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-143.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/9/75. 

30. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Municipal Railway, for materi- 
als and supplies; rescinding $500, CC0 from appropriation for 
services of other departments, pursuant to Charter Section 6.305, 
an emergency ordinance. File 1G1-74-147. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Ordinance appropriating $4,550, Department of Electricity, for 
overtime and temporary salaries, Fire Alarm Station, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.305, an emergency ordinance. File 101-74-146. 
(Controller) 

ACTICIi: RECOMMENDED. 



32. Ordinance amending Ordinance 3-75 to authorize use of remaining 
portion of $22,0CC appropriated for services of an Industrial 
Engineer-Shipbuilding Specialist for local community share of 
EDA Project Great ITo. 07-6--014S4-26 for the Hunters Point Ship- 
yard. File 101-74-71. (Mayor) 




CALENDAR DOCUMENTS 

Meeting of APR 1 5 197b 

- FINANCE COi-SftTTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San ?rancisco 

Wednesday-April 9, 1975 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Seroldingen, Holinari, Welder 

*Molinari absent on items 1,2,3,4,5,13,14,19,20,21,22,23 

1. Consideration of an amendment to lease between the City and County 
and Golden Gate Equestrian Centre, Ltd. and determining if port- 

. able stalls are in violation of Proposition K. File 62-74-5. 
(Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

2. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property located 
at 1350 Mission Street for Department of Social Services. File 
64-75-9. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
to the 1972-3, 1973-4 and 1974-5 assessment rolls, List 7464. 
File 15-75-2. (Assessor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/16/75. 

4. Resolution authorizing sale at public auction of certain parcels 
of tax-deeded real property. File 212-75. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
: Youth at the Crossroads", and rescinding Resolution Ho. 971-74. 
File 68-75-7. (Criminal Justice) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution approving lease for establishing and operating a res- 
taurant at Harding Pari; Golf Course. File 62-75-1. (Recreation 
and Park) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for landscaping Army Street Circle. 
File 193-75-2. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing release of lien recorded by the Department 
of Public Health on property in Assessor's Clock 1149, Lot 18, 
owned by Agnes Weston. File 3-74-10. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 2 - April 9, 1975 

9. Ordinance appropriates $2,020, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries for creation of one position and abolishment of two 
positions, San Francisco General Hospital; rescinding $2,7S5 
from penranent salaries and $23C from mandatory fringe benefits. 
File 101-74-144. (Controller) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor and allocation of one position thereto; abolishment of 
two positions; San Frcncisco General Hospital, Department of 
Public Health. File 102-74-56. (Civil Service Ho. 69) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-144.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Ordinance appropriating $23,254 for permanent salaries, wages and 
equipment, and creating of 3 positions, San Francisco Interna- 
tional Airport. File 101-74-145. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

12. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor and allocation of one position thereto: and allocation 
of two new positions, iloise Abatement Program, San Francisco 
International Airport. File 102-74-57. (Civil Service Ho. 66) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-145.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

13. Ordinance appropriating $5,633 for services of other departments, 
rescinding $5,633 from appropriation for State Legislative ex- 
pense, Mayor : s Office. File 101 -74- IAS. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $13,226 for operation, Single Ken's 
Rehabilitation Center, Social Services Department, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-149. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/16/75. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $63,214.79, various departments, for 
retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits to provide ad- 
justment of compensation schedules and health and welfare bene- 
fits, effective April 1, 1973, for plumber and related classes. 
File 201-72-132. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD 4/28/75 WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

16. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1972-3, by adjusting 
compensation schedules and health and welfare benefits, effective 
April 1, 1973, for plumber and related crafts, various depart- 
ments. File 200-72-60. (Civil Service No. 71) 

(Companion measure to File 201-72-132. Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD 4/28/75 WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



Finance Committee - 3 - April 9, 1S75 

17. Ordinance: appropriating $20C,673.24 for retroactive wages and 

mandatory fringe benefits by adjusting wage schedules, effective 
July 1, 1973, to provide additional rates of pay for plumber and 
related classes. File 101-73-210. (Controller) 

(Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD 4/28/75 WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-4, by adjusting 
compensation schedules and health and welfare benefits, effective 
July 1, 1973, for plumber and related crafts, various depart- 
ments. File 102 73-93. (Civil Service No. 95) 

(Companion measure to File 101-73-21C. Continued from 3/19/75.) 

ACTI0I1: TO BOARD 4/28/75 WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

19. Resolution authorizing Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to apply 
for and accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
a project entitled, ; 1975-1975 Part C Planning Augmentation 
Grant. ,; File 68-75-4. (Criminal Justice) 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/16/75. 

20. P*esolution authorizing Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to apply 
for and accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
a project entitled, *1975-1976 Part B Planning Grant.' File 
6C-75-5. (Criminal Justice) 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/16/75. 

21. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against City and 
County. File 45-75-3. (City Attorney) 

(Action No . Plaint iff Settlement 

KC 693315' Roland Durousseau 3 100.00 

SC 644558 Northwest Construction Co. 75,000.00 

618G5C John K. Oei and Irene Oei 7,500.00 

673030 Rene Roberts 1,300. 00 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Joseph W. Edwards by acceptance of $4,000 and authorizing 
dismissal of litigation. File 46-75-2. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



-Finance Committee - 4 - April 9, 1975 

23. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City end 
County against various defendants. File 49-75-3. (City 
Attorney) 

Name_ Settl ement 

City Cab Company & James Alvey "§ 500.00 
Leon McGraw 1,500.00 

Santa Fe Pomeroy Co. & Merle Barton 4,100.00 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Ordinance appropriating $35,594, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of 19 positions and abolishment of 
1 position, and rescinding $39,939 from permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits appropriation. File 101-74-143. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 

25. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Public Health, 
reflecting establishment of 5 new classifications, with salary 
schedules therefor, to implement reorganisation of the Medical 
Record Division. File 102-74-49. (Civil Service No. 55) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-143. Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACT! ON : RE COMMENDE D . 



fr.trf^^^'Mrf^ 



L *^ r ^CALENDAR ^/ 

tfeeting of 
Joint Finance and Legislative and Personnel Committee 

Board o£-Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 16, 1975 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Chap. 16, 
Art. VIII-A thereof, by adding Section 16.121-6 thereto, to 
establish responsibility for preparation, maintenance and compil- 
ing of records and reports required by the California Occupational 
and Safety Act. File 586-74. (City Attorney) 



ACTION: CONTINUED TO A/23/75. 



DOCU&AENTS 
APR 2 3 197a 



SAN FRANCISCO 
{^TBLIC LIBRARY 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
^-. Joint Finance and Community Services Committee 

Board of^-Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^April 16, 1975 2:30 p.m. Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



1. Resolution requesting continuation of the Gas Tax Summer Youth 
Job Program for underprivileged youth under auspices of Depart- 
ment of Public Works. File 175-75. (Feinstein) 

(Continued from 3/25/75.) DOCUMENT", 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/30/75. APR 2 S i.- 



. u T<lL( ducuments 

^C A L E N D A r APR 2 3 1975 



Meeting of 
•&■ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board o#;Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ April 16, 1975 3 : 00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari^ Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing extension of a lease of real property at 
1548 Stockton Street for use by Department of Public Health s 
Northeast Neighborhood Mental Health Outpatient Center. File 
64-74-31. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 1/15/75 for quarterly report on maintenance of 
building.) 

ACTION: REPORT RECEIVED. FILED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $8,841, Recreation and Park, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position (Zoo) , and rescind- 
ing $7,344 from permanent salaries. File 101-74-107. (Controller) 

(Continued from 4/2/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, reflecting 
establishing one new classification with salary schedule therefor, 
and abolishment of one classification. File 102-74-41. (Civil 
Service No. 42.) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-107. Continued from 4/2/75.) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, various depart- 
ments, reflecting addition and abolishment of certain positions, 
and changing class title to related existing class titles at the 
same or lower rates of pay. File 102-74-58. (Civil Service 

No. 59) 

ACTION: HOLD PENDING RECEIPT OF COMPANION SALARY ORDINANCE. 

5. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Public Health 
and Public Utilities, reflecting addition and abolishment of cer- 
tain positions, redistributing positions within departments as 
matters of recognition with no change In class titles or rates of 
pay. File 102-74-59. (Civil Service No. 62) 

ACTION: HOLD PENDING RECEIPT OF COMPANION SALARY ORDINANCE. 

6. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, receive and ex- 
pend grant funds for an innovative project from the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Housing and Urban Development. File 68-75-8. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 
*Supervisor Molinari absent on Items 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 



Finance Committee - 2 - April 16, 1975 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Police Depart- 
ment and Coroner, reflecting addition and abolishment of certain 
positions, changing class titles to new class titles at the same 
or lower rates of pay. File 102-74-60. (Civil Service No. 64) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Nelder abstaining.) 

C. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Purchasing, 
Public Works and Public Utilities, reflecting addition and abol- 
ishment of certain positions, creating positions funded through 
interdepartmental work orders of various departments. File 
102-74-62. (Civil Service No. 65) 

ACTION: HOLD PENDING RECEIPT OF COMPANION SALARY ORDINANCE. 

9. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County by payment of $2,250 to Ruth Teman, Superior Court 
Action No. 648-617. File 45-75-6. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance providing for reassessment of property damaged or de- 
stroyed by misfortune or calamity, in accordnance with provisions 
of California Constitution Article XIII, Section 2.8, as amended 
at the June 4, 1974, election, and Article XIII, Section 15, as 
implemented by Chapter 901 of Statutes of 1973. File 224-75. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

11. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, plan, accept and 
expend a grant of Federal funds for Manpower Training Programs. 
File 58-75-2.1. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/23/75. 

12. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to expend funds received from 
the Department of Labor for public service employment. File 
68-75-6.1. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/23/75. 

13. Authorizing Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to apply for and 
accent funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a 
project entitled', "1975-6 Part B Planning Grant." File 68-75-5. 
(Criminal Justice Council) 

(Continued from 4/9/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

14. Resolution authorizing Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled, '1975-6 Part C Planning Augmentation 
Grant.'- File 68-75-4. (Criminal Justice Council) 

(Continued from 4/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - April 16, 1975 

15. Ordinance appropriating $13,226 for operation, Single lien's Re- 
habilitation Center, Social Services Department, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.305. File 101-74-149. (Controller) 

(Continued from 4/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $152,376, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries, mandatory fringe benefits, operation, equipment, fixed 
charges, capital improvement and creation of 34 positions, and 
rescinding $36,655 from appropriation for Aid to Families with 
Dependent Children, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 
101-74-139. (Controller) 

ACTIOIT: CONTINUED TO 4/30/75. 

17. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5 to reflect the 
classification of 34 new positions in Aid to Families with De- 
pendent Children Program, Department of Social Services. File 
102-74-54. (Civil Service No. 6G) 

(Companion measure to File 1C1-74-139.) 

ACTI0I7: CONTINUED TO 4/30/75. 

13. Application of 5et:ty Fergan for leave to present late claim 

against the City and County in the amount of $210,000 for personal 
damages. File 50-75-9. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney recommends approval.) 

ACTIOIT: RECOMMENDED. 

IS. Request for cancellation of taxes and penalties for fiscal year 
1973-4 on property at 1245 - 45th Avenue. File 10-75-7. 

ACTION: DENIED. 

20. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
to the 1972-3, 1973-4 and 1974-5 assessments rolls. File 15-75-2. 
(Assessor) 

(Continued from 4/9/75.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

OFF CALENDAR 

Motion requesting submission of supplemental appropriation request 
for $3,000 to provide funds for overtime. 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDED . 






CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
FIMAHCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



OuuliMENTS 

APR 2 3 197b 



UC L7BR4fnr 



Wednesday, April 16, 1975 



Room 220, City Hall 



SPECIAL ORDER 
3:00 p .m. 



Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 



1. Ordinance approving and authorizing site lease extension and 

facility lease between City and County and San Francisco Municipal 
Railv7ay Improvement Corporation for motor coach storage and main- 
tenance facilities, Phase II, required by Municipal Railway; 
authorizing City Attorney and Controller to decrease amount of 
rental schedule; authorizing Mayor to execute site lease extension 
and facility lease. File 40-75-2.1. (von Beroldingen) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED , 



CALENDAR ^ ,V/ , ,./ , ';' /, ' 

Meeting of C/ 

Joint Finance and Legislative and Personnel Committe e L^^u. ENlS 

Board of Supervisors MAi i 1975 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 23, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

'resent: Supervisors von Beroldingen, -g gaao oi G 
y Welder, 



1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Chap. 16, 
Art. VI1I-A thereof, by adding Section 16.121-6 thereto, to 
establish responsibility for preparation, maintenance and compil- 
ing of records and reports required by the California Occupational 
and Safety Act. File 586-74. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/30/75. 



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DOCUMENTS 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of MAY 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Supervisors public library 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 23, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Holinari, Helder 

* Supervisor Molinari absent on 6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 

1. Resolution confirming sale of Maggie Alley. File 357-74-3. (Real 
Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property known as 
Assessor's Block 5279, Lot 42, known as 1S39 Jerrold Avenue, San 
Francisco, recorded by the Department of Social Services for in- 
digent aid rendered to Dolores G. Velli, Deceased. File 3-74-C. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/30/75. 

3. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Chun M. To, by acceptance of $500 and authorizing dis- 
missal of litigation. File 46-75-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of City 
and County against Marc Cooper and Ryder Truck Rental, Inc. by 
acceptance of $5,000. File 49-75-4. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

5. Ordinance amending Police Code by adding Section 1721.1 thereto, 
providing for compensation of Advisory Committee of Street Artist 
Examiners. File 516-74-3. ("Opp) 

ACTIOIT : RE COMMENDED . 

6. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, plan and accept 
Federal funds for Manpower Training Programs. File 6G-75-2.1. 
(Mayor) 

(Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to expend funds received from the 
Department of Labor for public service employment. File 6C-75-6.1. 
(von Beroldingen) 

(Continued from 4/15/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

C. Resolution authorizing agreement between San Francisco Public 

Library and State of California for a Public Services Act grant. 
File C4-75-3. (Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 2 - April 23, 1975 

8-A. Resolution urging the Public Library to submit a request for an 
emergency supplemental appropriation for funding necessary to 
continue Library Page hours. File 234-75. (I ier.de lsohn) 

ACTIOH: TABLED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $28,984.76, various departments, for 

retroactive wages and mandatory fringe benefits for adjustment of 
wage schedules, effective on dates specified, to provide addi- 
tional rates of pay for Electrician and related classes and 
crafts. File 101-73-212. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-4, various sec- 
tions, to provide additional rates of pay for Electrician and 
related classes and crafts, subject to Sec. 8.403 of the Charter 
and Sections 1A and 7.4 of the Salary Standardization Ordinance. 
File 102-73-96. (Civil Service Ho. 100) 

(Companion measure to 101-73-212.) 

ACTI01I: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $86,690, various departments, for opera- 
tion, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-150. 
(Controller) 

ACTICII: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED. (Measure divided. File 101-74-150.1 

continued to 4/30/75.) 

12. Ordinance appropriating $2,483.46, Sheriff, for permanent salaries 
and overtime for fiscal year 1972-73, pursuant to Charter Section 
C.3C6. File 101-74-151. (Controller) 

ACTIOil: CONTINUED TO 4/30/75. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $8,220, Model Cities, for temporary sal- 
aries; an emergency ordinance. File 101-74-152. (Controller) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $27,644, District Attorney, for permanent 
salaries, mandatory fringe benefits, operation, equipment and 
creation of six positions. File 101-74-153. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: TABLED. 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, District Attor- 
ney, reflecting classification of six new positions. File 
1C1-74-66. (Civil Service Ho. 71) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-153.) 

ACTIOH: TABLED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $2,002.60, Chief Administrative Officer, 
for permanent salaries for reclassification of one position. 
File 1C1-74-154. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - April 23, 1975 

17. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, Chief Admini- 
strative Officer, to reflect establishment of one ne\7 classifica- 
tion with salary schedule therefor. File 102-74-67. (Civil 
Service i]o. 72) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-154.) 

ACTIOIT: RECOMMENDED. 



CALENDAR (Li f ' t / J '* ■ J - -*** 



Meeting of 
^. FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board o£--Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



-dnesday -April 23, 1975 Room 223, City Hall 



Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



DOCUiVibNlS 



SPECIAL ORDER MAY 1 1975 

2:09 p.m. 

CAN FRANCISCO 
IQbuic LIBRARY 

Ordinance authorizing City Attorney to dismiss arbitration proceed- 
ing and petitions to compel arbitration in appointment of neutral 
arbitrator; authorizing Chief Administrative Officer to execute 
settlement agreement, all relating to development of Yerba Buena 
Center public facilities. File 94-74-2.1. (Feins tein) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (San Francisco Coalition to- meet with Chief 

Administrative Officer between 4/23/75 and 
4/28/75. What has been recommended may not 
be what the Board will have before it on 
4/28/75 if Coalition does not come to 
terms on agreement.) 



^ CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
.- JOINT FINANCE and COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ,^April 30, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 

1. Resolution requesting continuation of the Gas Tax Summer Youth 
Job Program for underprivileged youth under auspices of the 
Department of Public Works. File 175-75. (Feinstein) 

(Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/21/75. 

DOCUMENTS 

MAY 9 1975 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



- CALENDAR-; 

r 

Meeting of 

Joint Finance and Legislative and Personnel Committee 

^ 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ April 30, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 



1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Chap. 16, 
Art. VTII-A thereof, by adding Section 16.121-6 thereto, to 
establish responsibility for preparation, maintenance and compiling 
of records and reports required by the California Occupational and 
Safety Act. File 586-74. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 4/23/75.) DOCUMENTS 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/7/75. MAY 9 19/5 



' 



^CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

■^ FINANCE COiS-lITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



DOCUMENTS 

MAY D 1975 

=A* FRANCISCO 

PUBina ciBM&Y 



Wednesday,^ April 30, 1S75 3:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real prop- 
erty for FACE Program. File 64-75-10. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $9,945, Public (forks, Building Inspection, 
for permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for creation 
of 2 positions (Plumbing Inspector). File 101-74-156. (Con- 
troller) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Public Works, 
reflecting classification of two new positions, Bureau of Build- 
ing Inspection. File 1C2-74-61. (Civil Service No. 70) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-155.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $4,700, Public Works, Water Pollution Con- 
trol Division, for equipment, rescinding $4,700 from appropriation 
for contractual services; and appropriating $15,000, Public Health 
Dental Bureau, for equipment, rescinding $15,000 from appropri- 
ation for hospital and laboratory supplies. File 101-74-160. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $2,251, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for creation of one posi- 
tion; rescinding $2,096 from appropriation for permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-74-155. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Social Services, 
reflecting reallocation of one position. File 102-74-4G. (Civil 
Service No. 54) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-155.) 

AdlON : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Ordinance appropriating $10,706, Sheriff's Office, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 10 posi- 
tions. File 101-74-157. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/21/75. 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Sheriff, re- 
flecting establishment of 10 new positions with salary schedules 
therefor. File 102-74-44. (Civil Service Ho. 43) 
(Companion measure to File 101-74-157.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/21/75. 



Finance Committee - 2 - April 30, 1975 

9. Ordinance appropriates $35,250, Juvenile Court, Probation Office, 
for operation, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 
101-74-15G. (Controller) 

ACTION: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $27,710, Public Library, for wages and 
contractual services, rescinding $2,000 from appropriation for 
overtime, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-159. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Airport Operating, for increase 
in revolving fund. File 101-74-161. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Airport to report back in six months.) 

12. Ordinance amending Administrative Code by amending Sec. 10.132 of 
Article IV, Chapter 10 thereof, increasing the authorized amount 
of revolving fund to $15,000. File 239-75. (Airports Commission) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-161.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against Two Count 
Corporation and Lionel Pereira and authorizing dismissal of liti- 
gation. File 46-75-4. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against City and 
County of various plaintiffs. File 45-75-7. (City Attorney) 

(Action Ho . Plaintiff Settlemen t 

SC 603 300 Helen Baird $5,000.00 

667 75C Arlene Buntin 500.00 

653 260 Loretta Grandberry 200.00 

639 523 Rose Grossman 2,000.00 

656 612 May Chang Liu 4, 500. CO 

612 406 Jack Macrae, Teresa Macrae and 

William Senteney 6,0CC.C0 

653 643 Hazel Mathews 1,150.00 

660 374 Thomas McLin 6,000.00 

656 71C Irma Stern 6,000.00 

MC 697 101 Edward John Gasser 250.00 

712 453 James A. Martinez 1,000.00 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

15. Application of Mary Ann Hasley for leave to present late claim 
against City and County in the amovnt of $50,000 for personal 
injuries. File 50-75-11. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

16. Application of Linda Benitez Mitchell for leave to present late 
claim against City and County for $200,000 for malpractice. 
File 50-75-13. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - April 30, 1975 

17. Ordinance appropriating $152, 376, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries, mandatory fringe benefits, operation, equipment, fixed 
charges, capital improvement and creation of 34 positions, and 
rescinding $36,655 from appropriation for Aid to Families with 
Dependent Children, pursuant to Charter Section 6. 306. File 
101-74-139. (Controller) 

(Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

1C. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5 to reflect the 
classification of 34 new positions in Aid to Families with De- 
pendent Children Program, Department of Social Services. File 
102-74-54. (Controller) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-139. Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

19. Resolution accepting gift of $100,000 from the Estate of Ronald 
T. Rolph for use by Recreation and Pari; Department towards 
acquisition or construction of a public playground. File 
3C-75-30. (Recreation and Pari:) 

ACTIOII: CONTINUED TO 5/7/75. 

20. Resolution authorizing the liayor to apply for, accept and spend a 
grant of Federal funds for a Pre-Trial Intervention Program. 
File 6G-75-9. (liayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution approving and authorizing execution of an agreement, 
and receipt of funds pursuant to that agreement, between the 
Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the City and County, 
for preparation of a local Parking Management Plan. File 507-74. 
(City Planning) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

22. Resolution urging State Legislature to proceed forthwith with 
legislation to fund local Emergency Telephone System. File 
12-75-43. (Sarbagelata) 

(Continued from 3/26/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CTAIR. 

23. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property at 1639 
Jerrold Avenue, recorded by Social Services, owned by the Estate 
of Dolores G. Velli. File 3-74-C. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 4/23/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

24. Ordinance appropriating $10,750, Juvenile Court, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.305. File 1C1-74-150.1. (Divided 
in Committee) 

(Continued from 4/23/75.) 

ACTION : AMENDE D . RE COMMENDE D . 



Finance Committee - 4 - April 30, 1975 

25. Ordinance appropriating $2,403*46 for permanent salaries and 
overtime, Fiscal Year 1S72-73, Sheriff, pursuant to Charter 
Section 5.306. File 201-72-133. (Controller) 

(Continued from 4/23/75.) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 

26. Application of ICleio llajenian for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $1CC,CCC for per- 
sonal injury. File 50-75-17. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED 

27. Ordinance appropriating $4,202, Coroner's Office, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 5.306; an emergency ordinance. 

File 101-74-152. (Controller) 

ACTIOII: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED. 

28. Ordinance amending the San Francisco liunicipal Code, Part III, 
Section 215, relating to dog and cat license fees; establishing 
an effective date of July 1, 1S75. File 243-75. (Animal Control 
and Uelfare Commission) 

ACTIOiT: CONTINUED TO 12/17/75. 



DOCUMENTS 

MAY 12 1975 

" CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

Joint Finance and Legislative and Personnel Committee 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Jednesday: May 7, 1975, 2:00 p.m. Room 228. City Hall 

'resent: Supervisors von Beroldingen, F/t/anVdW, Molinari, Mildi-if li^Hii 
Absent: Supervisors Francois, Nelder, Tamaras 

L. Amending Administrative Code by amending Sections 16.121-1 and 

16.121-2 thereof, to establish a Central Safety Office and setting 
forth the powers and duties of said office; by repealing Sections 
16.121-3 through 16.121-5 thereof; establishes operative date 
of May 1, 1975. File 586-74. (Second Draft) (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 5/14/75. 



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; ...... Meeting of 

Joint Finance and Legislative and Personnel Jomraittee 
•s Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Uednesday, May 14, 1975, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Deroldingen, Francois, Molinari, Welder, 
Tamaras 

1. Amending Administrative Code by amending Sections 16.121-1 and 
16.121-2 thereof, to establish a Central Safety Office and 
setting forth the powers and duties of said office; repealing 
Sections 16.121-3 through 16.121-5 thereof; establishing operative 
date of May 1, 1975. F:.le 5G6-74. (Second Draft) (City Attorney) 

5/7/75 Consideration continued to 5/14/75. 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 
Meeting of 



-r FINANCE COMMITTEE 
S^uSSfg ; Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 14, 1975, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Eeroidingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $9,560, various departments, for retro- 
active wages and mandatory fringe benefits to provide for adjust- 
ment of rates of pay for locksmith, carpenter and related 
classes; effective May 1, 1974. File 101-73-213. (Controller) 

(File Wo. 102-73-90, amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 
companion measure, approved on 7/3/74.) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance appropriating $5,109 for insurance, Real Estate Depart- 
ment. File 101-74-164. (Controller) 

5/7/75 Consideration continued to 5/14/75. 

ACTION : 

3. Ordinance appropriating $793.04, Board of Permit Appeals, for 
phonographic reporter fees; $300.00, Juvenile Court Probation 
Office, for maintenance and repair of auto equipment; $132.00, 
Department of Electricity, for contractual services, pursuant 
to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-160.1. 

5/7/75 Separated in Finance Committee and continued 
to 5/14/75. 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance appropriating $C3,4C4, various departments, for opera- 
tion, equipment and capital improvements; rescinding $35,500 
from appropriation for land purchase and construction - Neighbor- 
hood Shopping District, Off-street Parking Fund. File 
101-74-172. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $25,000, Registrar of Voters, for opera- 
tion, Voter Registration Program. File 101-74-174. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance appropriating $267,000, Fire Department, for overtime, 
holiday pay and differential pay, Uniformed Force, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-175. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance appropriating $3,750,300, 1972 Municipal Water Systems 
Bond Fund, for capital improvement projects. File 101-74-176. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee 5/14/75 

C. Ordinance appropriating $42,705, Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Cervices, for operation and equipment; rescinding $42,705 
from various appropriations. File 101-74-177. (Controller) 

ACTION : 



9. 



Ordinance appropriating $47,320, various departments, for perma- 
nent salaries, wages, and mandatory fringe benefits for addition 
and abolishment of 16 positions, reclassifications changing 
class titles Co related existing class titles at higher rate of 
pay; rescinding $46,931 from permanent salaries, wages and manda- 
tory fringe benefits appropriations. File 101-74-179. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, various 
departments, reflecting addition and abolishment of certain 
positions, and changing class titles to related existing class 
titles at higher rate of pay. File 102-74-64. (Civil Service) 

(Companion measure to F-101-74-179) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance appropriating $43,140, various departments, for perma- 
nent salaries, wages and mandatory fringe benefits for addition 
and abolishment of 15 positions, reclassifying class titles to 
related existing class titles at same or lower rates of pay; res- 
cinding $45,493 from appropriations for permanent salaries, wages 
and mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-74-100. (Jontroller) 

ACTION : 

12. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, various 
departments, reflecting addition and abolishment of certain posi- 
tions, and changing class titles to related existing class titles 
at same or lower rates of pay. File 102-74-50. (Civil Service) 

(Companion measure to F-l Jl-74-100) 

ACTION : 

13. Ordinance amending Administrative Code, providing for administra- 
tion and expenditure of Community Development Program funds. 
File 253-75. (llayor) 

(Adds Sec. 10.170-3) 

ACTION : 

14. Ordinance amending Health Code, relating to fees for abstract of 
medical history, proof of death and certification of vaccination. 
File 254-75. (Public Health) 

(Amends Sec. 722) 

ACTION: 



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Finance Committee 5/14/75 

15. Ordinance amending Administrative Code, exempting Director of 
Public Uorks from time limitations for award of certain contracts 
applicable to Federal and State grant projects. File 255-75. 
(Public 'Jorks) 

(Adds Cec. 6.1-2) 

ACTION : 

16. Ordinance amending Administrative Code, requiring that all agree- 
ments providing psychiatric services be subject to approval of 
Board of Supervisors. File 250-75. (von Beroldingen) 

(Amends Sec. 15.5) 

ACTION: 

17. Resolution authorising release of funds in amount of $2,500 for 
use by City Demonstration Agency for maintenance and janitorial 
services of property at 50 Fell Street. File 101-74-170. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION : 

1C. Resolution approving expenditures in amount of $412,000 from 

Revenue Sharing monies allocated for Community Cultural Centers. 
File 575-74-1. 

12/9/74 (Separated in Doard) 

ACTION : 

19. Resolution fixing price for City Planning Code Map; rescinding 
Resolution No. 15-73. File 56-75-1. (Purchasing Department) 

5/7/75 Consideration continued to 5/14/75. 

ACTION: 

20. Resolution authorising sublease of portion of real property at 
750 Kearny Street for use by Art Commission. File 64-75-1. 
(R.eal Estate Department) 

ACTION : 

21. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept technical 
assistance grant from U. S. Department of Commerce to continue 
the Office of Economic Development for an additional year. 
File 6C-75-11. (Mayor) 

ACTION : 

22. Resolution requesting that financing program for Yerba Buena 
Center Public Facilities be reviewed by appropriate committee 

or committees as quickly as possible. File 91-75-6. (Barbagelata 
and Kopp) 

ACTION: 



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Finance Committee 5/14/75 

23. Resolution urging ileal Estate Department to research source 

of funds for purchase and title of surplus properties owned by 
■Jity and County and/or the Can Francisco Unified School District, 
and to transfer title of properties owned by City and County 
from School District. File 25G-75. (.Copp) 

ACTION: 

24. Communication from Department of Public 'Jorks requesting exten- 
sion of time of April 25, 1975, for awarding Board of Education 
contract on 2. R. Taylor School reconstruction, Job llo. 3612. 
File 61-75-4. 

ACTIOH : 



75" 

CALENDAR 

' Meeting of 

JOINT FINANCE and COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 21, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

1. Resolution requesting continuation of the Gas Tax Summer Youth 
Job Program for underprivileged youth under auspices of the 
Department of Public Works. File 175-75. (Feinstein) 



(Continued from 4/30/75.) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



DOCUMENTS 

MAY 2 7 1975 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE and HE A LTH A1ID ENVIRO N MENT COMMITTE E 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 21, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, Molinari/'Nelder 
Absent: Supervisors Gonzales, Tamaras 

1. Communication from Department of Health, State of California, re- 
questing dollar amount of allocation for Child Health and Dis- 
ability Prevention Program for fiscal year 1974-5 vjhich is not 
expected to be expended before June 30, 1975, or the amount of 
additional funds required for fiscal year 1974-5 to fully imple- 
ment the program* File 130-75-2. (Public Health) 

ACTIO!! : CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



DOCUMENTS 

MAY 2 7 1975 



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A L E N D A R 



Meeting of 
FIIIAIICE COiuIITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 






City and County of San Francisco 

J ■ 

Wednesday, Hay 21, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldir.gen, Holinari, Ilelder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $95,350, Public Health, for operation, 
various bureaus, pursuant to Charter Section 6.300. File 
101-74-182. (Controller) 

"Do Pass After Amendment." Laguna Honda severed and 
ACTION: recommended. Remainder Tabled. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $3,995 for contractual services, Art Com- 
mission and Civil Service Commission, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.30G. File 101-74-183. (Controller) 

ACTION: "Do Pass After Amendment." Sever Art Commission appro- 
priation and continue to 5/28/75; reduce Civil Service 
to $1,376. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $C,944 for Log Cabin Ranch Vocational and 
Guidance Program - Local Cash Hatch, Probation Department. File 
101-74-184. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $3,750 for contractual services (reproduc- 
tion and other profession services) , Chief Administrative Officer, 
rescinding $3,750 from appropriation for contractual services 
(surplus), iiunicipal Employees Relations Panel. File 101-74-185. 
(Controller) 

._ TTA .. CONTINUED TO 6/4/75, Special Order, 2:00 p.m. (CAO and 
ACTION: Director of MERP to be requested to attend.) 

5. Ordinance appropriating $460, §C0, Social Services, for General 
Assistance Program. File 101-74-186. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $2,821.44, Social Services, for contract 
ual services, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 
101-74-160.2. (Controller) 

(Separated in Committee and continued from 5/7/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/28/75. 

7. Resolution accepting gift of rent-free quarters at 50 Fell Street 
frcra General Services Administration for use by Hayor's Office of 
Economic Development. File 38-75-33. (Hayor's Office) 

ACriON: "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." (Delete "of Economic Development" 
at end of title and "Resolved" clause.) 

3. Resolution accepting grant of $9,600 from National Endowment for 
the Arts to the Art Commission to partially fund residency of 
William Russo, Composer. File 3C-75-34. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 5/28/75. 



Finance Committee - 2 - May 21, 1975 

9. Application of Marshal McGehee, Uillie Mae McGehee, Robert J. 
McGehee, Jonethal McGehee, L. C. McGehee and Carrie McGehee for 
leave to present late claim a3ainst the City and County. File 
50-75-14. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

10. Application of Denis J. Guir.ey for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-75-15. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-9. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $1C,705, Sheriff's Office, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 10 posi- 
tions. File 101-74-157. (Controller) 

.(Continued from 4/30/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, reflecting 
establishment of 10 new positions T .;ith salary schedules therefor, 
Sheriff's Department. File 102-74-44. (Civil Service Wo. 48) 

(Continued from 4/30/75; a companion measure to File 101-74-157.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $149,500, Sheriff's Department, for 
materials and supplies and foodstuffs, an emergency ordinance, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.30G. File 101-74-1G7. Con toller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Ordinance appropriating $5,109, Real Estate Department, for 
insurance. File 1C1-74-164. (Controller) (Continued from 5/14/75) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $12,859 for maintenance and repair of 
auto equipment, Traffic Engineering and Street Planting Division. 
File 101-74-172.1. (Controller) 

(Separated in Committee from 101-74-172. Continued from 5/14/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17a. Ordinance appropriating $25,000, Registrar of Voters, for opera- 
tion, Voter Registration Program. File 101-74-174. (Controller) 

(Continued from 5/14/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED FOR 6/2/75 MEETING. 

17b. Ordinance dividing $25,000 for voter registration into five equal 
parts, using the five Mental Health Districts as respective areas, 
and utilizing police stations, fire houses, libraries, Recreation 
and Park and other places designated by the Registrar of Voters. 

ACTION: Legislation prepareed in and reported out of Committee 
for 6/2/75 meeting; Supervisor Molinari dissenting in 
Committee. 



Finance Committee - 3 - Hay 21, 1975 

1C. Resolution extending time for award of Department of Public Works 
Contract. File 61-75-4. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 5/14/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance amending the Health Code by amending Section 722 re- 
lating to fees for abstract of medical history, proof of death 
and certification of vaccination. File 254-75. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/14/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution urging Real Estate Department to research source of 
funds for purchase and title of surplus properties ovmed by the 
City and County and/or the San Francisco Unified School District, 
and to transfer title of properties ovmed by City and County from 
the School District. File 25C-75. (Kopp) 

(Continued from 5/14/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance approving modification of agreement between Recreation 
and Park Commission and San Francisco Maritime iiuseum, Inc. for 
lease of Aquatic Park building and certain adjacent land areas 
for Maritime Museum purposes, to permit charging of admission to 
the Museum under certain terms and conditions and for restricted 
periods. File 269-75. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from National Science Foundation for conduct of a workshop and 
related activities on resettlement of Southeast Asian refugees. 
File 6G-75-13. (Mayor : s Clearinghouse) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Resolution accepting gift of $10, COO from National Foundation for 
the Arts and Humanities to the Art Commission for "Optic Nerve" 
to produce a 30-minute color videotape cassette, documenting 
public service employment in the arts under the Comprehensive 
Employment and Training Act. File 3C-75-35. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Ordinance authorising settlement of litigation of Renee Hicks 
against the City and County. File 45-75-10. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

25. Resolution authorising extension of existing lease of real prop- 
erty for Mayor's Office. File 64-75-12. (R.eal Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Mr. Kevin Starr 
City Librarian 

CALENDAR 

Meeting of D^Cl ,. 

JOINT FINANCE and LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE \. o 

Board of Supervisors piragua*; 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 28, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, Molinari, Welder, 

Tamaras 

1. Amending Administrative Code by amending Sections 16.121-1 and 

10. 121-2 thereof, to establish a Central Safety Office and setting 
forth the powers and duties of said office; repealing Sections 
15.121-3 through 16.121-5 therof; establishing operative date of 
May 1, 1975. File 586-74. (Second Draft) (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 5/15/75.) 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 

iieeting of 

jjTOMjgg COMMITTEE 
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. Board of Supervisors 
City and County of Can Francisco 

Uednesday, ilay 28, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Helder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $152,376, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries, mandatory fringe benefits, operation, equipment, fixed 
charges, capital Improvement and creation of 34 positions, and 
rescinding $36,655 from appropriation for Aid to Families with 
Dependent Children, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 
1C1-74-139. (Controller) 

(Reactivated at request of Budget & Governmental Eff iciency "eotn- 
mittee.) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, to reflect the 
classification of 34 new positions in Aid to Families with Depend- 
ent Children Program, Social Services. File 102-74-54. (Civil 
Service No. 6C) 

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(Companion measure to File 101-74-139, reactivated at request of 
Budget and Governmental Efficiency Committee.) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance appropriating $1,270,500, Municipal Railway, for opera- 
tion and passenger and damage claims; rescinding $1,270, 50C from 
appropriations for platform wages and mandatory fringe benefits, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 1C1-74-188. (Controller) 

ACTION : 

4. Ordinance appropriating $41,000, Public Health, for capital im- 
provement, San Francisco General Hospital. File 1C1-74-189. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $106, C09, Police Department, for operation, 
and rescinding $30,000 from appropriation for equipment. File 
101-74-190. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance appropriating $25,0CC for Asian Art Commission, Publi- 
city and Advertising, Chief Administrative Officers' Department. 
File 101-74-191. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance appropriating $75,50C, San Francisco General Hospital, 
for materials and supplies and hospital and laboratory supplies; 
$70,CG0, Controller-EDP, for contractual services and materials 
and supplies, pursuant to Charter Section 5.306. File 101-74-192. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - May 20, 1975 

8. Ordinance appropriating $27,000 for contractual services, Parking 
Authority. File 101-74-193. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

9. Eouipment inventory credit requests covering lost and stolen 
items, Purchasing and Social Services. File 17-75-1. Purchas- 
ing Department) 



10, 



ACTION: 



Application of Eddie L. Miles for permission to file late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury. File 50-75-20. 
(City Attorney) 



ACTION: 

11. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding an addendum thereto setting forth 
the special purpose and proposed expenditures from the Community 
Development Block Grant; establishing fiscal procedures pursuant 
to said grant program. File 253-75-1. (Mayor's Office) 

(Reactivated at request of Mayor's Office.) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution urging the Redevelopment Agency and Chief Administra- 
tive Officer to explore modifications in present plans for con- 
struction of public facilities in Yerba Buena Center to assure 
timely completion of those facilities. File 91-75-6. (Barba- 
gelata, Kopp) 

(Continued from 5/14/75.) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $295,000 for capital improvements and re- 
scinding $295,000 from contractual services, Public Health, San '- 
Francisco General Hospital; an emergency ordinance. File 
101-74-195. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 

14. Ordinance appropriating $12,582, Tax Collector, for contractual 
services and materials and supplies, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.306, an emergency ordinance. File 101-74-194. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

15. Hearing on the feasibility of the City entering into an agreement 
with City travel agents, on a yearly, rotating basis, to provide 
all necessary travel arrangements for City employees who travel 
in the course of their work for the City. File 178-75. ... 
(Mendelsohn) 

ACTION: 

16. Consideration of proposed amendment to the Administrative Code by 
adding Section 10.19 , relating to establishment of an examina- 
tion research and development fund. File 264-75. (Civil Service) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - May 28, 1975 

17. Resolution determining and declaring that public interest and 
necessity demand the acquisition, construction, or completion by 
the City and County of additions to and improvement of police 
facilities in the City and County, including acquisition, con- 
struction, reconstruction, remodeling, relocation or replacement 
of district police stations, Golden Gate Mounted Stables, a heli- 
copter facility, North End Youth Bureau, and all works, equipment, 
property, land and structures necessary or convenient to improve 
police facilities in the City and County, and that Che estimated 
cost of said municipal improvement is too great to be paid out of 
the ordinary annual income and revenue of the City and County. 
File 270-75. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 

18. Ordinance appropriating $2,821.44, Department of Social Services, 
for contractual services, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. 
File 101-74-160. 2. (Finance Committee) 

(Continued from 5/21/75.) 

ACTION: 

19. Resolution accepting gift of $9,60C from the National Endowment 
for the Arts for the Art Commission to partially fund residency 
of William Russo, composer. File 307-75-34. (Art Commission) 

(Continued from 5/21/75.) 

ACTION: 

20. Ordinance appropriating $495 for contractual services, Art Com- 
mission, pursuant to Section 6.306 of the Charter. File 
101-74-103.1. (Controller) 

(Divided from File 101-74-103 and continued from 5/21/75.) 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE /PLANNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

jdnesday, June 4, 1975 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

resent: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



Resolution declaring policy in connection with application to 
participate in National Flood Insurance Program. File 281-75-1. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

Resolution directing Director of Public Works to review building 
permit applications, subdivision proposals and other proposed new 
developments for flood hazard, and to require new or replacement 
water supply systems and/or sanitary sewage systems to be designed 
and located to minimize or eliminate flood hazard. File 281-75-2. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to execute and 
file all documents required in connection with application and 
participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. 
File 281-75-3. (Public Works) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 4, 1975 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

SPECIAL ORDER - 2:30 P.M. 

1. Ordinance appropriating $3,750, Municipal Employee Relations Panel, 
Chief Administrative Officer, for contractual services (reproduc- 
tion and other professional services), and rescinding $3,750 from 
appropriation for contractual services (surplus). File 101-74-185. 
(Controller). 

5-21-75: Continued to June 4 meeting. 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
REGULAR CALENDAR 

2. Ordinance authorizing settlement of Asphalt Antitrust litigation 
of City and County of San Francisco, et al., v. Union Oil Company 
of California, et al., for the sum of approximately $120,000, 

and further authorizing the City Attorney to execute the appropri- 
ate settlement papers. File 46-75-5. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $100,000, Chief Administrative Officer, 
for San Francisco Convention and Visitors Bureau, and $10,000, 
Municipal Railway, for operation and equipment; and rescinding 
$10,000 from mandatory fringe benefits, Municipal Railway. 
File 101-74-196. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $257,004, various departments, for 
operation pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the 
Charter; rescinding $5,000 from temporary salaries - Civilian, 
and $39,004 from permanent salaries - Uniformed Forces, Police 
Department. File 101-74-197. (Controller) 

(This item is the subject of previous budgetary denial.) 
ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 

5. Ordinance appropriating $1,059,089, Social Services, for operation, 
Foster Care of Child-ran Program, and Aid for Adoption of Children 
Program, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the 
Charter. File 101-74-198. (Controller) 

(This item is the subject of previous budgetary denial.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Sections 145010, 145011 and 145015, Annual 
Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, to reflect the retitling of Class H-2 
Fireman to H-2 Firefighter, Fire Department. File 102-74-47. 

ACTION: TABLED. 



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7. Resolution approving the settlement of unlitigated claim of 
Lucila B. France in the sum of $612.39. File 48-75-3. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 
for a Planning and Management Grant. File 68-75-12. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (SUPERVISOR MOLINARI DISSENTING IN 
COMMITTEE . ) 

9. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for a Summer Youth Employment Program. File 68-75-14. 
(Mayor) 

(Note: Application for funds must be in by June 11, 1975.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution fixing patient day rates for services furnished by the 
City and County institutions, and rescinding Resolution No. 391-74. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Communication from Kutsko, Moran and Mullin, submitting applica- 
tions of John W. Milton and Lester Lenoir for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County for false arrest. 

File 50-75-21. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CALENDARED IN ERROR. 

12. Ordinance amending Sections 155010 and 179010 of the Annual Salary 
Ordinance, 1974-75, to reflect changes in compensation schedules 
of Court personnel, effective July 1, 1974. File 102-74-31. 
(Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION: CONTINUE TO 6/11/75. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $2,821.44, Social Services, for contrac- 
tual services, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. 

File 101-74-168.2. 

(Continued from May 28 meeting) 
ACTION: CONTINUE TO 6/11/75. 

14. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding an addendum thereto setting forth 
the special purpose and proposed expenditures from the Community 
Development Block Grant; establishing fiscal procedures pursuant 
to said program. File 253-75-1. (Mayor) 

(Continued from May 28 meeting) 

ACTION: CONTINUE TO 6/11/75. 

15. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventories of various City 
and County departments to reflect loss of personal property. 
File 17-75-1. 

(Continued from May 28 meeting) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - June 4, 1975 

EMERGENCY CALENDAR 

16. Ordinance appropriating $5,746, District Attorney, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306, an emergency ordinance. 
1'ile 101-74-199. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



% 

CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

JOINT FINANCE and PLANNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Soard of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

onday, June 9, 1975 1:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, 
Molinari, Nelder, Pelosi 

. Approving and authorizing execution of planning and feasibility 

agreement between the City and County and sponsors of San Francisco 
Performing Arts Center, Inc., relating to a performing arts center 
and extension of stage area of Opera House. File 581-74-2. 
(Pelosi) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT" . 



DOCUMENTS 

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^CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
JOIilT FIWAKCE /HEALTH AITD E1TVIR0HMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^ June 11, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, 
Molinari, Welder, Tamaras 

1. Ordinance appropriating $29,948 for medical service and care, re- 
scinding $29,940 from appropriations for medical service and care, 
Richmond Maxi -Center, Public Health Department. File 101-74-91.2. 

(Continued from 3/26/75.) 

ACTIOW : RECOMMENDED . 



DOCUMENTS 

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Meeting of J UN 1 ( 197S 

■^ FINANCE COi PUTTEE 

oAN FRAM - 

Board of Supervisors PUBUt LIBRAf * Y 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 11, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 22C , City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Holinari, Ilelder 

1. Resolution determining and declaring that public interest and 
necessity demand submission of a bond issue in the amount of 
$20,000,000 for additions to and improvement of police facilities 

in the City and County of San Francisco. File 27C-75. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS." Committee recommends rereferral 
to Police Commission and City Planning for further study. 

2. Resolution urging the Redevelopment Agency and Chief Administra- 
tive Officer to explore modifications in present plans for con- 
struction of public facilities in Yerba Buena Center to assure 
timely completion of those facilities. File 91-75-6. (Earba- 
gelata, Kopp) 

(Continued from 5/28/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

3. Resolution authorizing extension of existing lease of real property 
for Mayor's Office. File 64-75-13. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

4. Resolution authorizing lease of real property for offices of the 
Commission on the Aging. File 64-75-14. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED . 

5. Ordinance authorizing transfer of additional lands to the United 
States of America for inclusion in the Golden Gate National Recre- 
ational Area. File 120-75-2. (Real Estate) 

-ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Section 319.1 re- 
lating to fees for reproduction. File 261-75. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 5/11/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/2/75. 

7. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Sections 302. A, 
303. A. 1, 303. A. 2, 309.1, 314.1, 32C.1.B and 320. l.C, all relating 
to permit fees. File 291-75. (Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/2/75. 

3. Ordinance amending the PTumMr.g Cede by amending Section C7.1 re- 
lating to fee schedules. File 292-75. (Puaiic Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/2/75. 



Finance Committee - 2 - June 11, 1975 

9. Ordinance amending the License Code by amending Sections 86 and 
120 relating to license fees for apartment houses and hotels 
respectively. File 293-75. (Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/2/75. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $49,200, Public (forks, for operation, 
pursuant to provisions of Charter Section G.305. File 101-74-205, 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution authorizing execution of Federal Grant contract for 
Multi- lingual Receptionist Program (Work Study and Visitor 
Service Representatives) at San Francisco International Airport. 
File 27-75-2. (Airports) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/18/75. 

12. Resolution approving reallocation of $520,657 unspent Model 
Cities programmatic funds into current Model Cities operating 
agency contracts and capital improvement projects. File 66-75-1. 
(Model Cities) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/18/75. 

13. Resolution approving extension of cooperative agreement between 
the State of California and the City and County to provide for 
participation of State prisoners in San Francisco work furlough 
and local detention program for period July 1, 1975 to June 30, 
1976. File 324-74-2. (Adult Probation) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-11. (City Attor- 
ney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Ordinance appropriating $24,096 for operation and equipment, pur- 
suant to provisions of Charter Section 6.306, for operation and 
equipment (Retirement System, Sheriff, Purchasing) ; and rescind- 
ing $5,250 from overtime and temporary salaries, Retirement 
System. File 101-74-200. (Controller) 

ACTION: PURCHASING ITEM RECOMMENDED. RETIREMENT AND SHERIFF 
ITEMS SEVERED IN COMMITTEE AND CONTINUED TO 6/18/75. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $1,125 for cash matching funds, Sheriff's 
Office. File 101-74-201. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Ordinance appropriating $72,411 for settlement of a litigated 
claim, VJater Department. File 101-74-202. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Ordinance appropriating $5,500 for official advertising, Board of 
Supervisors. File 101-74-203. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - June 11, 1975 



19. Ordinance appropriating $25,520, Juvenile Court, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.30S. File 101-74-204. (Controller) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

20. Communication from The Telegraph Hill Dwellers requesting funds 
be appropriated to upgrade streets in Telegraph Mill/Broadway 
area. File 294-75. 

ACTION: FILED. 

21. Communication from Bay Area Grocers Association, Inc. requesting 
all items from gross receipts which are currently exempt -from 
sales tax also be exempted from gross receipts tax. File 
296-75. 

ACTION: FILED. 

22. Communication from Social Services requesting waiver of Statute of 
Limitations applicable to payment of Controller's warrant issued 
6/30/69. File 23-75-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, Municipal and 
Superior Courts, to reflect changes in compensation schedules of 
court personnel, effective July 1, 1974. File 102-74-31. (Civil 
Service) (A companion measure to 101-74-29.5, passed 10/7/74 as 
Ordinance 469-74.) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

24. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.175 to provide that payment of a portion of compensation of 
Zoo Director be paid out of San Francisco Zoo Fund. File 279-75. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

25. Ordinance appropriating $3,841, Recreation and Park, permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position, and rescinding 
$7,344 from permanent salaries. File 101-74-107. (Controller) 

(Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

26. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and abolishment of one classification. File 102-74-41. 
(Civil Service) 

(Companion measure to 101-74-107. Continued from 4/16/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

27. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated postion of 
8435 Chief Adult Probation Officer, Adult Probation Department. 
File 31-75-3. (Feinstein) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 6/18/75. 



Finance Committee - 4 - June 11, 1975 



28. Ordinance appropriating $21,000, Recreation and Park, for materi- 
als and supplies; rescinding $21,000 from mandatory fringe bene- 
fits appropriation, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; an emer- 
gency ordinance. File 101-74-200. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Ordinance appropriating $23,089 for equipment pursuant to provi- 
sions of Charter Section 6.306, District Attorney's Office, an 
emergency ordinance. File 101-74-207. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

30. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, District Attorney's Office, for 
District Attorney's Special Fund, an emergency ordinance. File 
101-74-206. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Ordinance amending Sections 155010 and 17S010 of the Annual Salary 
Ordinance, 1974-5, to reflect changes in compensation schedules 

of Court Personnel, effective July 1, 1975. File 102-74-31. 
(Civil Service Ho. 31) 

(Continued from 6/4/75.) 

ACTION: DUPLICATE OF ITEM NO. 23. 

32. Ordinance appropriating $2,021.44, Social Services, for contractu- 
al services, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-163 .2 . 
(Finance Committee) 

(Continued from 6/4/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/18/75. 

33. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding an addendum thereto setting forth 
the special purpose and proposed expenditures from the Community 
Development Block Grant; establishing fiscal procedures pursuant 
to said program. File 253-75-1. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 6/4/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT. " 

34. Ordinance appropriating $5,000 for operation, Police Department, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; rescinding $5,000 from tempo- 
rary salaries - civilian. File 101-74-197.1. (Finance Committee) 

(Continued from 6/4/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



DOC 

CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
FINANCE COHI-iHTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ June 18, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von 3eroldingen, Holinari, Nelder 
Absent: Molinari on Items 1-17,19-20,22-32,34,36-37 

1. Resolution authorizing execution of a lease and extension of exist- 
ing leases of real property required by Department of Public 
Health. File 64-75-15. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Items 11 and 12 of resolutions severed; continued to Call 
of the Chair. Remainder of measure RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution accepting gift of materials valued at $1,6C0 frcm 
Grattan Neighborhood Group for use by RecreatL on and Park Depart- 
ment for playground equipment. File 38-75-36. (Recreation and 
Park) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $59,364 for summer programs, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.306, Recreation and Park. File 101-74-217. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

4. Communications transmitting claims of employees (Public Works, 
Sheriff, Juvenile Court, Public Health) for personal property 
damaged in line of duty. File 51-75-2. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

5. Request for reduction of taxes for 1970-71 paid by International 
Telephone and Telegraph Corporation and refund of excess payment. 
File 1C-75-9. 

ACTION: FILED. 

6. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-12. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

7. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Underground 
Construction Company by accepting $3,004.45 and authorizing dis- 
missal of litigation. File 46-75-6. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

8. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-75-4. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

9. Application of Ann Chinn Jay for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County in the amount of $50,000 for personal 
injuries. File 50-75-19. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 



Finance Committee - 2 - June 1C , 1275 

10. Application of Abelico T. Garcia for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County in the amount of $258,000 for 
personal injuries. File 50-75-23. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

11. Application of Michael F. Walters for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County in the amount of $30,000 for 
personal injury. File 50-75-24. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $16,500, San Francisco International Air- 
port for operation and equipment, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.306. File 101-75-215. (Controller) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

13. Resolution authorizing execution of Federal Grant contract for 
Multi-lingual Receptionist Program (Work Study and Visitor 
Service Representatives) at San Francisco International Airport. 
File 27-75-2. (Airports) 

(Companion measure to File 101-75-215, continued from 6/11/75.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $28,000 for operation, Fire Department. 
File 101-74-213. (Controller) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

15. Communication transmitting equipment inventory credit request 
covering stolen item, Public Health. File 17-75-2. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $54,010 for operation, pursuant to Charter 
Section 6.306, and rescinding $54,010 from various appropriations, 
Public Health, Community Mental Health Services. File 101-74-210. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

17. Ordinance appropriating $51,620 for operations and rescinding 
$51,620 from various appropriations, Community Mental Health 
Services, Public Health. File 101-74-211. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

18. Ordinance appropriating $70,CC0 for Haight Ashbury Free Clinic, 
Public Health, and $2,CC0 for operation, Public Works, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-216. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance appropriating $753,844, Port Commission, for services 
of twenty-five positions from the Fire Department, and related 
mandatory fringe benefits. File 101-75-2. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 3 - June 18, 1975 

20. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Fire De- 
partment, reflecting restoration of twenty-five positions (fire- 
boats). File 102-75-5. (Civil Service Ho. 6) 

(Companion measure to File 101-75-2.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance appropriating $7,500,000 for property acquisition and 
relocation payments for Uater Pollution Control projects. File 
101-74-210. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

22. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Employees 
Retirement System, by establishing a new salary ordinance section 
and allocating five interdepartmentally funded positions, formerly 
established in Salary Ordinance Sec. 697010, effective July 1, 
1975. File 102-75-4. (Civil Service No. 5) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Ordinance appropriating $3,405 for operation and equipment, Com- 
mission on the Status of Women. File 101-74-214. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

24. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Water Department, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-220. (Contoller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

25. Ordinance appropriating $30,000 for capital improvements, San 
Francisco Uater Department. File 101-74-221. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

26. Ordinance appropriating $192.00 to provide cost of living adjust- 
ment to the wage rates of 7358 Pattern Maker , effective January 
21, 1975, various departments. File 101-74-209. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

27. Ordinance amending Annual' Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, various de- 
partments, to provide cost of living adjustment for wage rate- of 
pattern Maker, effective January 21, 1975. File 102-74-33.1. 
(Civil Service No. 50) 

(Companion measure to File 101-74-209.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

28. Ordinance appropriating $92,445 for operation, care and subsist- 
ence of prisons and capital improvement, various departments 
(Police, Sheriff, Public Works, General Hospital) . File 101-74-212 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Ordinance appropriating $219,414, City Attorney, Muni, for adjust- 
ment of salary schedules for classes in the Transportation Pro- 
motive Series, effective July 1, 1974. File 101-74-219. (Con- 
troller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 4 - June 10, 1975 

30. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-5, various de- 
partments, to ref?.ect adjustment of salary schedules, effective 
July 1, 1974, for classes in the Transportation Promotive Series, 
providing an increase that represents and is closest to the per- 
centage increase granted for fiscal year 1974-5, including as a 
dollar increase the retirement and health service benefits paid 
into a fund established for such coach and bus operators. File 
102-74-7C. (Civil Service Ho. 75) 

(Companion measure to File 1C1-74-219.) 

ACTIOII: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Ordinance appropriating $2,821.44, Department of Social Services, 
for contractual services, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. 
File 101-74-16G.2. (Finance Committee) 

(Continued from 6/4/75 pending Opinion from City Attorney.) 

ACTION: 

32. Resolution authorizing sub-lease of a portion of real property at 
1939 Market Street for Department of Public Health. File 64-75-16. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

33. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease with Mary Emma 
Stebbins and James Flood, Trustees, as lessors, of space at C7C 
Market Street for use by Department of Social Services. File 
64-75-17. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

34. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
8435 Chief Adult Probation Officers, Adult Probation Department. 
File 31-75-3. (Feinstein) 

(Continued from 6/11/75.) 
ACTIOII: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

35. Resolution approving reallocation of $520,657 unspent Model Cities 
programmatic funds into current Hods.1 Cities operating agency 
contracts and capital improvement projects. File 66-75-1. (Model 
Cities) 

(Continued from 6/11/75.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

36. Ordinance appropriating $140,000 for permanent salaries - uni- 
formed force, Fire Department, an emergency measure. File 
101-74-222. (Controller) 

ACTIOII: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

37. Ordinance appropriating $5,250, Retirement System, and $9,346, 
Sheriff, for. operation and equipment, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.305; rescinding $5,250 from overtime and temporary salaries 
appropriation, Retirement System. File 101-74-200. 1. (Controller) 

(Measure divided in Committee and continued from 6/11/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 






Finance Committee - 5 - June 18, 1975 

33. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and accept financial assistance from the U.S. Department of 
Commerce for economic development planning activities. File 
325-75-1. (Pelosi) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT" (Reduce amount to 
$60,000.) 

39. Request that the appropriate committee investigate the conflict 
between Sandigan vs. Fil-An Neighborhood Association. File 
320-75. (liolinari, Kopp) 

HEARING HELD. Resolution prepared in and reported out, 
ACTION: requesting Mayor not sign contract for Fil-Am Language 

center, that matter be referred back to Manpower Planning* 

40. Resolution accepting gift of $250 from the Piatigorsky Chess 
Foundation for use by Public Library for purchase of chess sets 
and conduct of chess tournaments. File 30-75-37. (Library) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 

41. Resolution accepting gift of $4,500 from Friends of the Library 
to be used by the Public Library to renovate an area to house the 
Hews-Call-Eulletin Morgue files. File 3G-75-3C. (Library) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/25/75. 



*Commission for full public hearings after circularizing all 
groups concerning them. Also recommend to the Mayor that the 
program continue "in house", using Manpower staff until such 
time as a decision is reached, to avoid interruption in pro- 
gram. Letter to be written to E.O.C. requesting the reason 
for its take-over of this program. 



^?C A L E N D A R 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE/LEGISLATIVE and PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 25, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, 
Molinari, Nelder, Tamaras 

1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Chapter 16, 
Article VTII-A thereof, by adding Section 16.121-6 thereto, to 
establish responsibility for preparation, maintenance and compil- 
ing of records and reports required by the California Occupational 
and Safety Act. File 586-74. (City Attorney) 



(Reref erred to Committee by Board on 6/9/75.) 
ACTION: 



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Meeting of 
^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ,^une 25, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 
1390 Market Street for use by the Mayor's Hunters Point Reuse 
Study. File 64-75-13. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 6/11/75.) 

ACTION : 

2. Resolution authorizing execution of certain new leases, amendments 
and extension of existing leases of real property at various 
locations. File 64-75-18. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance appropriating $36,889, Port Commission, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits and the creation of two 
positions, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 6.306. 
File 101-75-3. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Port Commission, 
reflecting restoration of two positions to the budget. File 
102-75-7. (Civil Service No. 8) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-3.) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $44,100, San Francisco International Air- 
port, for services of other departments, pursuant to Charter 
Section 6.306. File 101-74-223. (Controller) 

ACTION : 

6. Ordinance appropriating $197,000 for operation and capital im- 
provement, various departments (Police, Public Works, Public 
Health-SFGH) . File 101-74-224. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance appropriating $350, Civil Service Commission, for re- 
volving fund; and $9,500, Fire Department, for equipment. File 
101-74-225. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

8. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
1146 Clerk of the Board of Supervisors and City Clerk. File 
31-75-4. (Civil Service) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - June 25, 1975 

9. Resolution ratifying extension of an agreement and appointment 
of a Federal Legislative Representative for the City and County. 
File 330-75. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-75-5. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : 

11. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-75-5. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

12. Request for release of lien recorded at Department of Public 
Health for care and treatment of Maria Hendoza. File 3-74-2. 

ACTION: 

13. Application of John W. Hilton and Lester Lenoir for leave to 
present a late claim against the City and County. File 
50-75-21. 

ACTION : 

14. Application of Elizabeth Kwok-Wah Lau for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County. File 50-75-22. 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution authorizing continuation of the San Francisco Zoo Fund 
for one year ending June 30, 1976. File 322-75. (Recreation and 
Park) 

ACTION: 

16. Resolution authorizing continuation of the Special Animal Purchase 
and Exchange Fund for one year ending June 30, 1976. File 326-75. 

ACTION: 

17. Resolution authorizing the San Francisco Commission on the Aging 
to enter into Contract No. 094-7 V7ith the California Office on 
Aging, for implementation of Phase II, SSI-Alert. File 331-75. 

(Commission on the Aging) 

ACTION : 

18. Ordinance amending Article 11, Part III, Municipal Code, by amend- 
ing Section 807 thereof, providing for an exemption of two dollars 
and one cent ($2.01) or less to the Stadium Operator Admission 
Tax. File 534-74. (Finance Committee) 

ACTION: 

19. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and spend 
Federal funds for Public Service Employment. File 68-75-17. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - June 25, 1975 

20. Ordinance appropriating $59,364 for summer programs, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6. 306, Recreation and Park. File 101-74-217. 
(Controller) (Continued from &/1C/75.) 

ACTION : 

21. Communications transmitting claims of employees (Public Works, 
Sheriff, Juvenile Court, Public Health) for personal property 
damaged in line of duty. File 51-75-2. (Continued from 6/1G/75.) 

ACTION 

22. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-12. (City 
Attorney) (Continued from &/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

23. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Underground 
Construction Company by accepting $3,004.45 and authorizing dis- 
missal of litigation. File 45-75-6. (City Attorney) (Continued 
from &/1C/75.) 

ACTION: 

24. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 43-75-4. (City Attorney) 
(Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

25. Application of Ann Chinn Jay for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-75-19. (City Attorney) 
(Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

26. Application of Abelico T. Garcia for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County. File 50-75-23. (City 
Attorney) (Continued from 6/13/75.) 

ACTION: 

27. Application of Michael F. Walters for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County. File 50-75-24. (City 
Attorney) (Continued from 6/13/75.) 

ACTION: 

23. Communication transmitting equipment inventory credit request 

covering stolen item, Public Health. File 17-75-2. (Continued 
from 6/13/75.) 



29, 



ACTION: 



Ordinance appropriating $54,010 for operation, pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.306, and rescinding $54,010 from various appro- 
priations, Public Health, Community Mental Health Services. 
File 101-74-210. (Controller) (Continued from 6/18/75.) 



ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 4 - June 25, 1975 

30. Ordinance appropriating $51,620 for operations and rescinding 
$51,620 from various appropriations, Community Mental Health 
Services, Public Health. File 101-74-211. (Controller) (Con- 
tinued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

31. Ordinance appropriating $3,405 for operation and equipment, Com- 
mission on Status of Women. File 101-74-214. (Controller) 
(Continued from 6/10/75.) 

ACTION: 

32. Ordinance appropriating $18,000, Water Department, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-220. (Contoller) 
(Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION : 

33. Ordinance appropriating $80,000 for capital improvements, San 
Francisco Water Department. File 101-74-221. (Controller) 
(Continued from 6/10/75.) 

ACTION : 

34. Ordinance appropriating $.192.00 to provide cost of living adjust- 
ment to the wage rates of 7358 Pattern Maker, effective January 
21, 1975, various departments. File 101-74-209. (Controller) 
(Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION : 

35. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, various de- 
partments, to provide cost of living adjustment for wage rate of 
Pattern Maker, effective January 21, 1975. File 102-74-33.1. 
(Civil Service No. 50) (Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

36. Resolution authorizing sub- lease of a portion of real property at 
1939 Market Street for Department of Public Health. File 64-75-16. 
(Real Estate) (Continued from 6/10/75.) 

ACTION: 

37. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease of space at 
870 Market Street for use by Department of Social Services. 
File 64-75-17. (Real Estate) (Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

38. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
8436 Chief Adult Probation Officer, Adult Probation Department. 
File 31-75-3. (Feinstein) (Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

39. Ordinance appropriating $148,000 for permanent salaries - uniformed 
force, Fire Department, an emergency measure. File 101-74-222. 
(Controller) (Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION : 






Finance Committee - 5 - June 25, 1975 

40. Ordinance appropriating $5,250, Retirement System, and $9,345, 
Sheriff, for operation and equipment, pursuant to Charter Section 
5.306; rescinding $5,250 from overtime and temporary salaries 
appropriation, Retirement System. File 1C1-74-200.1. (Controller) 
(Measure divided in Committee 6/11/75 and continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

41. Resolution accepting gift of $250 from the Piatigorsky Chess 
Foundation for use by Public Library for purchase of chess sets 
and conduct of chess tournaments. File 38-75. (Library) 
(Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

42. Resolution accepting gift of $4,500 from Friends of the Library 
to be used by the Public Library to renovate an area to house the 
Mews -Call-Bulletin Morgue files. File 38-75-38. (Library) 
(Continued from 6/18/75.) 

ACTION: 

43. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and spend 
additional $508,000 of Federal funds for a Summer Youth Program. 
File 68-75-18. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 

44. Resolution authorizing and directing President of the Board of 
Supervisors to sign, on behalf of the City and County, an agree- 
ment with the 3ureau of Prisons for services to Federal prisoners 
at San Francisco County Jails. File 126-75-2. (von 3eroldingen) 

ACTION : 

45. Ordinance amending Section 15.5 of the Administrative Code relat- 
ing to all agreements which provide psychiatric services be sub- 
ject to approval of the Board of Supervisors; deleting require- 
ment for prior approval of Joint Finance/Health and Environment 
Committee. File 2S0-75-1. (Molinari) 

ACTION: 

45. Ordinance amending Section 10.175 of the Administrative Code, to 
add to the items for which expenditures may be made from the San 
Francisco Zoo Fund the following: 'For food and care of zoo 
animals. 1 File 322-75-1. (Francois) 

ACTION: 

47. Ordinance authorizing lease of real property at 4190 Mission 

Street for Department of Public Health. File 64-75-20. (Real 
Estate) 

ACTION : 



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r'C ALENDAR JUL 1 197! 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE /PLANNING, HOUSING and DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday,^July 2, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 223, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mendelsohn, 
Molinari, Helder, Pelosi 

1. Hearing to discuss future plans for development and/or disposition 
of the Yerba Buena Center site including, but not limited to, low 
and family oriented housing, convention facilities, sports arena, 
necessary retail and commercial development, public amenities, and 
other appropriate uses, such as l in town mixed- commercial uses 
which could provide a major new residential area in San Francisco. 
File 91-75-3. (Feinstein, Mendelsohn, Nelder) 

ACTION: 

2. Hearing to consider use of Piers 27 and 29 as the site for con- 
struction of an exhibition hall in lieu of the Yerba Buena site. 
File 332-75. 

ACTION: 



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^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

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PUBLIC LIBNAFtY 

Board of^upervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 2, 1975 4:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1005 Market 
Street for use by Sheriff's Office for the Management Improvement 
and Career Development Grant. File S4-75-19. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 144 Townsend 
Street for use by the Record Storage Center. File 64-75-21. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 46-75-7. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of litigation of the City and 
County against Mitchell Brothers and Luis Q. Sanchez. File 
46-75-8. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for participating in Safer Roads Demon- 
stration Projects in the City and County. File 193-75-3. (Public 
Works) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to make appli- 
cation and accept funds for Medical Care Project for institution- 
alized persons. File 333-75-1. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution authorizing agreement for acquisition from the State of 
California of certain tax delinquent property in the City and 
County for use by the Department of Public Works, for the total 
sum of $30.00. File 336-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : 

8. Communication requesting subordination of lien recorded by the 
Department of Public Health for care and treatment of Martin 
Haumann, deceased. File 3-75-2. 

ACTION : 

9. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Section 319.1 
relating to fees for reproduction. File 261-75. (Public Works) 
(Continued from 6/11/75.) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - July 2, 1975 

10. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Sections 302 .A, 
303.A, 303.A.1, 303.A.2, 309.1, 320. l.B, and 320. l.C relating 

to permit fees. File 291-75. (Public Works) (Continued from 
6/11/75.) 

ACTION : 

11. Ordinance amending the Plumbing Code by amending Section C7.1 
relating to fee schedules. File 292-75. (Public Works) (Con- 
tinued from 6/11/75.) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance amending Part III of the San Francisco Municipal Code 
by amending Sections Co and 160 relating to license fees for 
apartment houses and hotels. File 293-75. (Continued from 
6/11/75.) 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution authorizing execution of amendment of an existing 
lease. File 64-75-18.1. (Real .Estate) 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION : 

14. Ordinance appropriating $36,839, Port Commission, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits and the creation of two 
positions, pursuant to provisions of Charter Section 6.306. 
File 101-75-3. (Controller) 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION: 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-76, Port Commission. 
reflecting restoration of two positions to the budget. File 
102-75-7. (Civil Service No. 8) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-3.) 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION: 

16. Resolution ratifying the extension of an agreement and appoint- 
ment of a Federal Legislative Representative for the City and 
County. File 330-75. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION: 

17. Request for release of lien recorded at Department of Public 
Health for care and treatment of Maria Mendoza. File 3-74-2. 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee 3 July 2, 1975 

13. Ordinance appropriating $80,000 for capital improvements, San 
Francisco Water Department. File 101-74-221. (Controller) 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION : 

19. Communications transmitting claims of employees (Vublic Works, 
Sheriff, Juvenile Court, lublic Health) for personal property 
damaged in line of duty. File 51-75-2. 

(Continued from 6-25-75) 

ACTION : 



ADDENDUM 

20. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-76, 
various departments, for adjustment of salary schedules 
of classes in the Transportation Promotive Series, providing 
an increase that represents and is closest to the percentage 
increase granted under Section 8.404 for fiscal year 1974-75, 
including as a dollar increase the dollar value to each coach 
and bus operator of the vacation, retirement and health ser- 
vice benefits paid into a fund established for such operators, 
effective July 1, 1975. File 102-75-6. (Civil Service No. 7) 
(Controller) 

ACTION : 



CALENDAR uoCl 

Meeting of JUL 1 l 

JOI NT FI NANCE / COMMUNITY SERVICE COI'KITTEE 



PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 9, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

1. Resolution requesting continuation of Summer Youth Job Program 

for underprivileged youth under the auspices of the Department of 
Public Works. File 175-75. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. 



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CALENDAR DOCUMENTS 

Meeting of 
FINAHCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 9, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari on all items except Item 3. 

1. Resolution authorizing the acceptance of $10,750 from the United 
Way of Bay Area for use by the Department of Social Services for 
training and rehabilitation services for mentally retarded 
adults who are receiving assistance under the Aid to Disabled 
program. File 33-75-41. (Dept. of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution accepting gift of $29,000 from the United Way of Bay 
Area for use by the Department of Social Services for training 
and rehabilitation services for mentally retarded adults who are 
receiving assistance under the Aid to Disabled Program.' File 
38-75-42. (Dept. of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing acceptance of gifts of $100,000 from 
Walter A. Haas, on behalf of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, for 
purchase of certain real property in Diamond Heights for re- 
creational purposes, and $1,063.33 from the Estate of Florence 
Emily Neppers, for use by the Recreation and Park Department. 
File 38-75-39. (Recreation and lark Dept.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

4. Ordinance authorizing exchange of real property required for 
reservoir purposes and accepting certain real property for park 
purposes within the Hunters Point Approved Redevelopment Project 
Area. File 345-75. (Real estate Dept.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

5. Resolution authorizing extension of leases of real property at 
480 McAllister Street, 3020 Mission Street and 470 Castro Street 
for use by the FACE program. File 64-75-22. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Resolution authorizing lease of a portion of Lot 60, Block 4991, 
southeast corner of Lathrop and Tocaloma Avenues, for Recreation 
and lark Department. File 64-75-4. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

7. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 625 Polk Street 
for use by the Superior Court. File 64-75-23. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 












Finance Committee 2 July 9, 1975 

8. Request that hearing be held over purported inadequate radio 
communications equipment at Central Emergency Hospital at the 
behest of concerned ambulance drivers and medical stewards. 
File 119-75. (Welder) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

9. Resolution authorizing agreement between the Adult Probation 
Department and the California Youth Authority for evaluation of 
probation subsidy program. ?ile 344-75. (Adult Probation) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Alcohol Program Management 
and the National Institute of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse to 
develop programs providing for treating and prevention of 
alcoholism. File 333-75-2. (Dept. of lublic Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for lublic Service Employment. File 63-75-19. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

12. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Section 319.1 
relating to fees for reproduction. File 261-75. (Dept. of Public 
Works) 

(Continued from July 2, 1975) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $36,339, Port Commission, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits and the creation of two 
positions, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-75-3. 
(Controller) 

(Continued fr->m July 2, 1975) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. (Department requested withdrawal 

of :tem on 7/9/75. Committee had 
copy of letter request.) 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-76, tort Commission, 
reflecting restoration of two positions to the budget. File 
102-75-7. (Civil Service No. 3.) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-3.) 

(Continued from July 2, 1975) 

ACTICN: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. (Department requested withdrawal 

of item on 7/9/75. Committee had 
copy of letter request.) 

15. Resolution authorizing execution of amendment of an existing 
lease at 314 Mission Street. File 64-75-18.1. (Xeal Estate) 

(Corftinued from July 2, 1975) 

ACTICN: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 



Finance Committee 



July 9, 1975 



16. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of litigation of the City and 
County against Mitchell Brothers and Luis Q. Sanchez. File 
46-75-8. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from July 2, 1975) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

17. Communication requesting subordination of lien recorded by the 
Department of Public Health for care and treatment of Martin 
Haumann, deceased. File 3-75-2. 

(Continued from July 2, 1975) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 

18. Resolution fixing price of 1973 Cumulative Charter Supplement 
to the 1971 Recodified Charter at $8.10, plus tax. File 
56-75-2. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/16/75. 



19. Resolution approving lease of airport lands and space to Flying 
Tiger, Inc. File 27-75-3. (Airports Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 16, 1S75 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari 

1. Resolution authorizing acceptance of gifts of $100,000 from 
Walter A. Haas, on behalf of the Walter and Elise Kaas Fund, for 
purchase of certain real property in Diamond Heights for recre- 
ational purposes, and $1,063.33 from the Estate of Florence Emily 
Neppers, for use by Recreation and Park Department. File 38-/5-39. 
(Recreation and Pari:) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance authorizing exchange of real property required for 
reservoir purposes and accepting certain real property for park 
purposes within the Hunters Point Approved Redevelopment Project 
Area. File 345-75. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing lease of a portion of Lot 60, Block 4991, 
southeast corner of Lathrop and Tocaloma Avenues, for Recreation 
and Park Department. File 64-75-4. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Hearing concerning purported inadequate radio communications 
equipment at Central Emergency Hospital at behest of concerned 
amublance drivers and medical stewards. File 119-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6/23/75. (Meeting of Ambulance Drivers and Stewards, 
DPH, SFPD, and Dept. of Electricity set for 7/21/75, 10:00 a.m., 
Room 500, Hall of Justice to discuss use of PIC radios.) 

5. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for, accept and spend Federal 
funds for Public Service Employment. File 60-75-19. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.. See Item 17.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $36,089, Port Commission, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits ai.d the creation of tvo 
positions, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-75-3. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 



Finance Committee 2 July 16, 1975 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Port Commission, 
reflecting restoration of two positions to the Budget. File 
102-75-7. (Civil Service No. C) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-3; continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 

C. Ordinance appropriating $43,1G6 for permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits for creation of 3 positions , Effective 
July 1, 1975, Port Commission. File 101-75-3.1. (Controller) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

9. Resolution authorizing execution of amendment of an existing 
lease at 814 Mission Street. File 64-75-1C.1. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. 

10. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of litigation of the City and 
County against Mitchell Brothers and Luis Q. Sanchez. File 
46-75-G. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Communication requesting subordination of lien recorded by the 
Department of Public Health for care and treatment of Martin 
Kaumann, deceased. File 3-75-2. 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. 

12. Resolution fixing price of 1973 Cumulative Charter Supplement to 
the 1971 Recodified Charter at $C10, plus tax. File 56-75-2. 

(Continued from 7/5/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. 

13. Resolution authorizing extenison of lease of real property at 
11G2 Market Street for use by San Francisco Municipal Employees 
Relations Panel. File 64-75-24. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $52,000 for Outer Irving Neighborhood, 
Shopping District-On Street parking bays. File 101-75-5. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. f Request of the President a Joint 
Finance/Streets & Transportation meeting at 2:00 p.m.) 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, City Attorney, 
Purchasing and Public Works, to create positions funded through 
interdepartmental vrork orders. File 102-75-3. (Civil Service 
Ho. 4.) 

(No companion measure required.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 3 July 16, 1975 

IS. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant, Department of Public Works. 
File 31-75-5. (Public Worfcs) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for, accept, and spend 
$9,993,858 in Fiscal Year 1976 Federal funds for Public Service 
Employment under Title VT of the Comprehensive Employment and 

graining Act of 1973. File 6C-75-19.1. (Mayor) (See Item 5.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Resolution authorizing Mayor to expend Federal funds received for 
Public Service Employment under Title II of the Comprehensive 
Employment and Traning Act of 1973. File 68-75-17.1. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. 

19. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds to participate in sharing information and coordinating 
planning between the Office of Manpower and other publicly funded 
training organizations. File 68-75-20. (Mayor) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT PASS." 

20. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for, accept, and expend a 
grant of funds to operate a Senior Community Project. File 
68-75-21. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 7/23/75. 

21. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at 

1) Civic Center Auto Park Public Parking Facility 

2) Civic Center Plaza Public Parking Facility 

3) Marshall Square Public Parking Facility. 
File 348-75. (Parking Authority) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution authorizing Chairman of Commission on Aging to ex- 
tend and finalize agreement with China town -North Beach Health 
Care Planning and Development Corporation from January 1, 1975 
to March 31, 1975. File 152-74-7. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Resolution authorizing Chairman of Commission on Aging to ex- 
tend and finalize agreement with the University of Pacific 
Dental School from January i, 1975 to March 31, 1975. File 
152-74-8. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Resolution authorizing Chairman of Commission on Aging to ex- 
tend and finalize agreement with Jewish Home for the Aged 
from January 1, 1975 to March 31, 1975. File 152-74-9. 

(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

25. Resolution authorizing Chairman of Commission on Aging to enter 
into contracts with agencies to provide direct services to 
senior citizens. File 152-74-10. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT . " 



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Meeting of 
JOINT FIN ANCE /STREET S and TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 

Board o£ :; £upervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 23, 1975 2; CO p.m. , Room 22G, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Gonzales, Francois, 

Molinari, Welder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $62,000, Parking Authority, for Outer 
Irving Neighborhood Shopping District, On-Street Parking Bays. 
File 101-75-5. (Controller) 

(Referred to Joint Committee 7/17/75.) 

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CALENDAR 

Meetin 0, of 
JOINT FINANCE/COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 23, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder, Barbagelata, Molinari 

1. Report on Summer Youth Program for underprivileged youth under the 
auspices of the Department of Public T .7orks. File 175-75. 

(Continued from 7/9/75.) 

ACTION: 

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Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH and ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 23, 1975 3:00 p.m. , Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, Gonzales, 
Molinari, Nelder, Tamaras 

1. Resolution approving contract between the City and County of San 
Francisco and Mission Unity Group Center. File 260=75-4. (Pub- 
lic Health) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution approving contract between the City and County of 
San Francisco and Mission Unity Group Center. File 260-75-5. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution approving contract between the City and County of 
San Francisco (Department of Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Services, Bureau of Alcoholism) and Community Action for 
the Urbanized American Indian, Inc. File 350-75. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 

4. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. File 260-75-2. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 






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Meeting of L^UiwENTS 

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Board o ^Supervisors 
City and County of/San Francisco nfiSffi 

Wednesday, July 23, 1975 3:30 p.m., Room 228, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance amending the Payroll Tax Ordinance, No. 275-70, by amend- 
ing Sections 2.2, 3, 14 and 17.1 thereof, relating to the defini- 
tion of business, imposition of tax and enforcement, and relation 
to Business Tax Ordinance, File 347-75-1. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance amending the Business Tax Ordinance Ho. 245-5C by amend- 
ing Sections 2.2, 4. CI, 4.C2, 4.06, 4.07, 4.C9, 4.10, 4.11, 4.13, 
4.15, 5.1 and 14 thereof, relating to tax rates, monetary exemp- 
tion and time for action, and by adding Section 4.16 thereto, 
relating to publishers. File 347-75-2. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 315-67 by amending Section 2 
thereof, relating to the rate of tax imposed, by increasing the 
real property transfer tax from $.55 to $2.50 for each $500 of 
the sale price of the property being transferred. File 157-75. 
(Finance and Records) 

(Taken from Table at request of Chairman) 

ACTION: 



Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 739 
Bryant Street for use by Mayor's Office of Manpower for the FIL-A 
Language Center. File 64-75-25. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 



Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 11C2 
Market Street for use by Mayor's Criminal Justice Council. File 
64-75-26. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

Resolution authorizing sale of surplus Water Department land known 
as San Mateo County Tax Parcel 093-240-010. File 360-75. (Real 
Estate) 

ACTION: 



Resolution authorizing the City and County to hold harmless the 
lessors and lessee of certain properties housing mental health 
programs at 1007 Kearny and 515 Grant Avenue. File 64-75-27. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION : 

Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, Public Health, 
to reflect classfication of one new position with salary schedule, 
Bacteriological Laboratory, an emergency measure. (Companion meas- 
ure to File 101-75-4, Finally Passed as emergency 6/30/75.) File 
102-75-11. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 2 July 23, 1975 

9. Ordinance approving agreement to be entered into by Recreation 
and Park Commission for operating a nursery school at Grattan 
Playground. File 353-75. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance approving agreement between Recreation and Park and 
Glenridge Cooperative Nursery School for operation of a nursery 
school at Silver Tree Day Camp Recreation 3uilding. File 354-75. 
(Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-13. (City Attor- 
ney) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution authorizing settlement of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 4C-75-6. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

13. Application of Maryellen McNulty for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County for personal injury. File 
50-75-25. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution authorizing Airports Commission to execute agreement 
for undertaking of traffic improvement project adjacent to San 
Francisco International Airport. File 27-75-4. (Airports) 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution accepting gift of $2,500 from National Endowment for 
the Arts for use by Art Commission to cover extraction of parts 

of street opera by William Russo. File 3C-75-43. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: 

16. Resolution approving release of $16,0C0 from Revenue Sharing Fund 
allocated to the Art Commission for community cultural center 
activities. File 575-74-2. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: 

17. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by amending 
Section 10.13C thereof, Civil Service Commission, to increase 
cash revolving fund to $250.00. (Companion measure to File 
101-74-225) File 340-75. (Civil Service) 

ACTION: 

18. Resolution providing expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum No. 2, setting forth pur- 
pose and use of grant funds. File 253-75-2. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 






Finance Committee 3 July 23, 1975 

19. Resolution urging the State Legislature to repeal provisions of 
Section 17041.5 of the Revenue and Taxation Code purporting to 
prohibit the levy of a local income tax by Chartered Cities. 
File 12-75-112. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 

20. Hearing concerning purported inadequate radio communications 
equipment at Central Emergency Hospital at behest of concerned 
ambulance drivers and medical stewards. File 119-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from 7/16/75.) 

ACTION: 

21. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease of real prop- 
erty at 014 Mission Street for use by City Demonstration Agency. 
File 64-75-1C.1. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 7/1S/75.) 

ACTION: 

22. Communication requesting subordination of lien recorded by Depart- 
ment of Public Health for care and treatment of Martin Haumann, 
deceased. File 3-75-2. 

(Continued from 7/16/75.) 

ACTION: 

23. Resolution fixing price of 1973 Cumulative Charter Supplement to 
the 1971 Recodified Charter at $3.10, plus tax. File 56-75-2. 
(Purchaser) 

(Continued from 7/16/75.) 

ACTION: 

24. Resolution authorizing Mayor to expend Federal funds received for 
Public Service Employment under Title II of the Comprehensive 
Employment and Training Act of 1973. File 68-75-17.1. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 7/16/75.) 

ACTION: 

25. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for, accept, and expend a 
grant of funds to operate a Senior Community Project. File 
68-75-21. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 7/16/75.) 

ACTION: 

26. Communication transmitting equipment inventory credit request 
covering stolen item, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power. File 17-73-3. 
(Purchaser) 

ACTION: 



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iieeting of 
JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH and ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 30, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, Gonzales, 
Molinari, Nelder, Tamaras 

1. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. File 260-75-2. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 7/23/75.) 

ACTION: 

2. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. File 260-75-3. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 

3. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. File 260-75-2.1. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



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Meeting of 

- ^FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of ^Supervisors 

City and County ofySan Francisco 

Wednesday,' .July 30, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution providing expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum No. 2, setting forth pur- 
pose and use of grant funds. File 253-75-2. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 7/23/75.) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept Federal funds 
to participate in sharing information and coordinating planning 
between the Office of Manpower and other publicly-funded training 
organizations. File 68-75-20. (Mayor) 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 7/21/75.) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, City Attorney, 
Purchasing and Public Works, to create positions funded through 
interdepartmental work orders. File 102-75-3. (Civil Service) 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 7/21/75.) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance granting franchise for the regulation of steam to Pacific 
Gas and Electric Company. File 367-75. (Chief Administrative 
Officer) 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease of property 
located at 942 Market Street for use by Department of Public 
Health. File 64-75-28. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from San Francisco Community 
College District a portion of Assessor's Block 3179, Lot 10, and 
from the San Francisco Water Department a portion of Assessor's 
Block 3180, Lot 1, to the Department of Public Works; required for 
a rechannelization project to improve Municipal Railway service 
and reduce traffic congestion. File 359-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Guillermo and Celia Carrillo for $2,750 required for alignment of 
Franconia Street. File 370-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 2 July 30, 1975 

C. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Hetch Hetchy property in 
Tuolumne County. File 371-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

9. Resolution authorizing General Manager, Personnel, to enter into 
a contract with the California State Personnel Board for the 
amount of $31,350 to be used for positions of coordinators to 
administer the WIN/COD Contract. File 283-75-2. (Civil Service) 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to file an 
application and enter into a contract with the U.S. Department of 
Commerce for a public works grant to assist in funding the ambu- 
latory health care facility for southeast San Francisco and auth- 
orizing use of a cash allocation. File 333-75-3. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for relocation of street lighting standards 
on Crossover Drive and Park Presidio By-pass between Fulton Street 
and Lincoln Way for safety reasons. File 193-75-4. (Public 
Works) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for implementation of Transit Preferential 
Treatment of Mission Street, Lafayett Street to Eleventh Street 
and on Fourth Street, Mission Street to Brannan Street. File 
193-75-5. (Public Works) 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for upgrading of street lighting on Valencia 
Street from Market Street to Mission Street. File 193-75-6. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution approving in principle the means of provide refuse 
disposal for the City and County by continuing to haul said 
material to the City of Mountain View, and authorizing agreement 
in connection therewith based on certain financial terms and con- 
cepts. File 57-75-1. (Public Works) 

ACTION: 

15. Communication requesting subordination of lien recorded by the 
Department of Public Health for care and treatment of Martin 
Haumann, deceased. File 3-75-2. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 7/23/75.) 

ACTION: 

16. Resolution authorizing release of lien recorded against Elizabeth 
Kilpatrick on property at 219 Girard Street. File 3-75-3. 

(City Attorney) 

ACTION: 



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17. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-75-6. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: 

18. Hearing concerning utilization of $40,662, Appropriation No. 
5.622.169.000.010, held in reserve by the Controller at the 
request of the Board of Supervisors for the Asian Art Museum. 
File 100-75-C. (Molinari) 

ACTION: 



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Meeting of 
x^ JOI NT FINANCE/P LANNING, HOUSING A ND DEVELO PMENT COMMITTEE 

Board o ^Supervisors 
City and County of\£an Francisco 

Wednesday, August 6, 1975 2:00 p.m. Board Chambers, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von. Beroldingen, Pelosi, Mendelsohn, 

Molinari, Nelder 



1. Declaration of Policy: "Shall the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco finance and build a new competitive convention center and 
related facilities in Yerba Buena Center which will be competitive 
with the major convention facilities in this country? File 289-75, 
(Francois) 



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INTRA-OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

CLERK'S OFFICE — BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

DATE 

All Department Heads 
Supervisor von Beroldingen * s Office 
SUBJECT: yerba Buena Center Policy Hearing 

The Joint Finance Committee and Planning, Housing and 
Development Committee hearing on Yerba Buena Center policy, 
scheduled for this Wednesday, August 6th, has been canceled. 

It will be rescheduled for Wednesday, August 13th. 



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Meeting of 

• ^FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board o^xSupervisors 
City and County of .San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 6, 1975 3:00 p.m., Room 22G, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Report concerning provision of radio communications equipment to 
ambulance drivers and medical stewards of Central Emergency 
Hospital. File 119-75. (Welder) 

(Continued from 7/23/75.) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing sale of surplus Water Department land known 
as San Mateo County Tax Parcel 903-240-010. File 350-75. (Real 
Estate) 

(Continued from 7/23/75.) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease of property 
located at 942 Market Street for use by Department of Public 
Health. File 64-75-28. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 7/30/75.) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 5015 Third Street 
for use by Department of Public Health for Bayview-Hunters Point 
Ambulatory Health Center. File 64-75-29. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, various 
departments (City Attorney, Muni Pvy., Water) for adjustment of 
salary schedules of classes in the Transportation Promotive Series, 
providing an increase that represents and is closests to the per- 
centage increase granted under Section 3.404 for fiscal year 
1974-5, including as a dollar increase the dollar value to each 
coach and bus operator of the vacation, retirement and health 
service benefits paid into a fund established for such operators, 
effective July 1, 1975. File 102-75-6. (Controller) 

(Continued from 7/2/75.) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution approving agreement between the City and County and the 
U.S. Federal Aviation Administration for lease of certain areas at 
San Francisco International Airport for installation, operation 
arid maintenance of additional navigational aids. File 27-75-5. 
(Airports) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee 2 August 6, 1975 

7. Ordinance amending the Fire Code by amending Section 5.24 relat- 
ing to schedule of permits and filing fees, and setting effective 
date. File 377-75-1. (Fire Commission) 

ACTION: 

G. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code, Part III, by amending 
Article 2, various sections, relating to license fees for vari- 
ous establishments. File 377-75-2. (Fire Commission) 

ACTION: 

9. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 

7120 Buildings and Grounds Maintenance Superintendent, Sheriff's 
Department. File 31-75-6. (Sheriff) 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing the Presiding Judge of the Municipal Court 
to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for project entitled ' Salvation Army Counselor Project 
for Alcohol Related Offenders. 5 File 37C-75-1. (Criminal Just- 
ice Council) 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for and accept 
funds from the State Library System for extension of Regional 
Resource Center Project through 1975-5. File G4-75-4. (Library) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolutions authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for projects as 
follow: 



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Coordination and Implementation of Community Correctional 
Plan 1 - (File 60-75-24) 

''Chinatown-North Beach Youth Services and Coordination 
Center'' (File 6G-75-23) 

1 Forum Project West t: (File 6G-75-22) (Mayor) 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution authorizing Chief Trobation-Officer, Juvenile Court, 
to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for project entitled 'Juvenile Court Basic Skills 
Project' . File 145-75-3. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
project entitled 'Reality Mouse West 1 . File 333-75-4. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution authorizing Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
project entitled 'Bay Area Quest Program 1 . File 379-75-1. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 3 August 6, 1975 

16. Resolution authorizing the General Manager, Personnel, to enter 
into a contract with the California State Personnel Board for 
the amount of $31,350, to be used for positions of coordinators 
to administer the WIN/COD Contract. File 233-75-2. (Civil 
Service) 

(Continued from 7/30/75.) 

ACTION: 

17. Communication requesting subordination of lien recorded by the 
Department of Public Health for care and treatment of Martin 
Haumann, deceased. File 3-75-2. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 7/30/75.) 

ACTIOH: 

18. Communication requesting release of lien recorded against 
Elizabeth Kilpatrick on property at 219 Girard Street. File 
3-75-3. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 7/30/75.) 

ACTION: 

19. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-75-6. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 7/30/75.) 

ACTION: 

20. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
ti:.:-3 against the City und County. File 45-75-14. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: 

21. Resolution approving the settlement of claim of Vilo Properties, 
Inc. against the City and County by payment of $706. File 
4G-75-7. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

22. Resolution ordering annual audit of Controller's books. File 
95-75. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

23. Ordinance appropriating $425,000 for Crystal Springs and San 
Andreas Dam - Investigation, Water Operating. File 101-75-7. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 



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Meeting of 
^JOIHT FmHCE/PLAHUIITG, KCUSIHG AlTD DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

•^Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 13, 1975 2:CC p.m. Board Chambers, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mendelsohn, 

Ifolinari, ITelder 
Absent: Supervisor Pelosi 

1. Declaration of Policy: 'Shall the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco finance and build a new competitive convention center and 
related facilities in Yerba Buena Center which will be competitive 
with the major convention facilities in this country? 1 File 2C9-75. 

(Continued from 8/S/75.) 

ACTlOtT: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



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^CALENDAR 

'I '5 Meeting of 

JOIHT FINANCE /HEALTH and^E HvTROllTJ EHT COriH ITTEE 

^Board of Supervisors 
City and County of .Can Francisco 

Wednesday, August 13, 1975 Room 220, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, Gonzales, 

Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Tamaras 

SPECIAL ORDER 

3:CQ p .m. 


1. Resolution approving in principle the means of providing refuse 
disposal for the City and County by continuing to haul said 
material to the City of Hountain View, and authorizing agreement 
in connect ion therewith based on certain financial terms and con- 
cepts. File 57-75-1. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Budget Analyst and Water Department 

requested to review this file when 
Mountain View's contract for water, 
supplied by S.F. Water Dept., expires 
in 1982.) 



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...FINANCE COiftilTTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 13, 1975 3:30 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisor's von Beroldingen, iiolinari, Holder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari, Items 4 through 19. 

1. Ordinance granting franchise for the regulation of steam to the 
Pacific Gas and Electric Company. File 367-75. (Chief Admini- 
strative Officer) 

(Continued from 7/3C/75.) 

ACTIO!!: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 

2. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
15.6-10 relating to Department of Public Health memberships in 
organizations. File 2G--75-2. (Public Health) 

ACTIO!!: TABLED. 

3. Resolution authorizing the City and County to hold harmless Bay- 
view-Hunters Point Foundation, Inc., 269C Jennings Street, from 
damages resulting from negligence of the City and County. File 
64-75-3.1. (Public Health) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Resolution authorizing lease with Two Polk Corporation, as lessor, 
for space at 139C Market Street for Mayor's Office of Economic 
Development. File 64-75-30. (Real Estate) 

ACT 101! : RE COMME NDE D . 

5. Resolution authorizing amendment of lease with California Hall 
Association, as lessor, for space- at 525 Pol'.: Street for use by 
the Superior Court. File 54-75-31. (Real Estate) 

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ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Commission on 
the Status of Women, to establish new salary ordinance section and 
compensation schedule for eleven. commissioner positions, effective 
July 1, 1975. File 102-75-14. (Civil Service) 

(Companion measure not required.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Ordinance amending the Subdivision Code, by amending Section 1315, 
relating to the fees collected for checking and processing the 
Subdivision maps. File 569-74-5. (Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/20/75. 

0. Resolution accepting gifts of $30C, from students of iiodesto 

Junior College, for restoration of Golden Gate Park Conservatory, 
and a Walkie-Talkie Transmitter Receiver, valued at approximately 
$1,CC0, from Strybing Arboretum Society for the patrolman at Stry- 
bing Arboretum. File 3C-75-44. (Recreation and Park)- 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 2 August 13, 1975 

9. Application or Hate Kawaguchi for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-75-25. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

10. Application of Lee G. Croftori for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 5C-75-18. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.27 to provide certain limitations for repayment of excess 
salary and related payments. File 302-75. (Francois) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/20/75. (Supr. Francois to be asked to 

attend and comment. City Attorney advises it is illegal 
, in present form.) 

12. Ordinance appropriating $5CC,CCC for Can Francisco Uptown Parking 
Corporation, Social Services Building project, Controller. File 
101- 75 -C. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDE D . 

13. Report concerning provision of radio communications equipment to 
ambulance drivers and medical stewards of Central Emergency 
Hospital. File 119-75. (ilelder) 

(Continued from 8/6/75.) 

ACTIO!-!: REPORT HEARD. 

14. Resolution authorizing the llayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project en- 
titled ■ Forum Project West". File 60 -75-22. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 8/5/75.) 

ACTIOil: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
1 Coordination and Implementation of Community Correctional Plan' . 
File £0-75-24. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 8/6/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

16. Resolution authorizing Chief Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, 
to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for project entitled 'Juvenile Court Easic Skills Pro- 
ject 1 . File 145-75-3. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 0/5/75.) 

ACTIOil: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for project entitled ' Reality Mouse West 4 . File 333-75-4. 
(llayor) 

(Continued from 0/6/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



Finance Committee August 13, 1975 

1C. Resolution authorising Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 

for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for project entitled 'Say Area Quest Program 1 . File 379-75-1. 
(Mayor) 

(Continued from C/5/75.) 

ACTIOM : RECOMMENDED. 



ADDENDUM 

19. Resolution approving the immediate filling of vacated position 
of 1492 Assistant Clerk, Board of Supervisors. File 31-75-7 
(Clerk of the Board) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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^y JOIMT FINANCE /URBAN AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

Board of^Supervisors 
City and County of/San Francisco 

ednesday, /.August 20, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

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Present: Supervisors Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mendelsohn, Kopp, Pelosi 

Hearing to review circumstances surrounding construction of 
facilities for the concessionaire at Candlestick Park at a cost 
of $100,000 without approval of the Board of Supervisors. File 
383-75. (Kopp, Pelosi) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR due to lack of quorum. 



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Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of/San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 20, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen 

1. Hearing to consider imposition of a tax upon the transfer of 
businesses. File 3C5-75. (Francois) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/27/75. 

2. Hearing to consider imposition of a property transfer tax on prop- 
erty leased for periods in excess of 25 years. File 3G6-75. 
(Gonzales) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/27/75. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $103, 5C5 for other professional and 
special services (Food Stamp Program) , Social Services Department, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-75-9. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Ordinance appropriating $43,000, Social Services, for Potrero Hill 
Neighborhood House, Inc., social development program. File 
101-75-10. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $3C2,S44 for recreation center for the 
handicapped - Social Rehabilitation Training Program for Adults, 
Social Services; rescinding $95,711 from Special Services, Handi- 
capped Program appropriation, Recreation and Parle Department. 
File 101-75-11. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance rescinding $128,200 various Capital Improvement appropri- 
ations, various departments. File 1C1-75-13. (Controller) 

ACTION: CALENDARED IN ERROR. 

7. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Department of Public Works 
property in Assessor's Block 5843, Lot 1G, being the northwest 
corner of Alemany Boulevard and Folsom Street. File 3CG-75. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/27/75. 

S. Ordinance appropriating $50,CC0, Real Estate, for assessments and 
contributions paid to Highway, Bridge and other Districts, pursu- 
ant to Charter Section 6.305, an emergency ordinance. File 
101-75-12. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. (Letter to be sent to San Carlos asking 

what are the intentions re purchase of 
property and if they will seek property 
tax relief from San Mateo County while 
SF waits for purchase by San Carlos.) . 



Finance Committee 2 August 20, 1975 

9. Resolution authorizing release of lien recorded by the Department 
of Public Health for assistance granted to Ida Laiho, deceased. 
File 3-75-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Public Utili- 
ties Commission, to reflect reallocation of vacant position, 
Retch Hetchy Hater & Power. File 102-75-13. (Civil Service) 

(No companion measure required - interdepartmental work order.) 

ACTION: REFERRED BACK TO CIVIL SERVICE (with recommendation that 
position be filled by 1842 Management Assistant). 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-15. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Litigation of Erik Bob Bauer separated 
and continued to 8/27/75. See File 45-75-15.1) 

12. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-75-G. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $7,5CC,CCO for property acquisition and 
relocation payments for water pollution control projects, Public 
Works, Engineering. File 101-74-21G. (Controller) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

14. Ordinance amending the Subdivision Code, by amending Section 1315, 
relating to fees collected for checking arid processing the Sub- 
division maps. File 569-74-5. (Public Works) 

(Continued from C/13/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/27/75. 

15. Ordinance amending Article II of Chapter 10 of the Administrative 
Code by amending Section 10.27 to. provide certain limitations for 
repayment of excess salary and related benefit payments. File 
382-75. (Francois) 

(Continued from C/13/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 8/27/75. 



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Civic Center 
CALENDAR San Fra ncisco 94102 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE /COMflJFITY S E RVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday,. August 27, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 223, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder, Molinari 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

1. Ordinance protecting confidentiality of client identity of organi- 
zations handling juveniles. File 301=75. (Molinari) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

^ FINANCE COmTTSE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 27, 1975 3:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari 

1. Resolution authorizing extension of leases of real property at 
4CC McAllister Street, 3020 Mission Street and 470 Castro Street 
for use by the FACE Program. File 74-75-32. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing acquisition of real property for widening 
of Webster Street, betveen Sutter and Bush Streets, at a cost not 
to exceed $25,C35.CC. File 209-75-1. (Real Estate) 

ACTICH: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing acquisition of easement from Pacific Gas 
and Electric Company for Ketch Ketchy as a substation site for 
the Municipal Railway. File 3C9-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for rehabilitation of Geneva Avenue, 
Alemany Boulevard to County Line and Third Street, Gilman Avenue 
to Le Conte Avenue. File 193-75-7. (Public Works) 

ACTIOW: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for rehabilitation of Bayshore Boulevard, 
Hester Street to County Line and Third Streets, Fourth Street to 
Mariposa Street. File 193-75-G. (Public Works) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 

S. Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for rehabilitation of Army Street, Kansas 
to Third Street; Army Street, Guerrero to Hampshire Street: and 
Third Street, Islais Creek to Hewcomb Avenue. File 193-75-9. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for installation of new traffic signals 
and for modification of existing traffic signals at various 
safety problem locations. File 193-75-10. (Public Works) 

ACTICH: RECOMMENDED. 

C. Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for construction of bus platforms on Polk 
Street, between Sutter Street and Broadway, as a Transit Prefer- 
ential treatment. File 193-75-11. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 2 August 27, 1975 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, Commission on 
the Status of Women, reflecting establishment of two new classi- 
fications with salary schedules. File 1C2-75-17. (Civil 
Service) 

(Mo companion measure required.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

1C. Ordinance authorising settlement of litigation of Anna Chan 
against the City and County. File 45-75-16. (City Attorney) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Application of American Reserve Corporation for leave to file a 
late claim against the City and County for property damage. 
File 5C-75-31. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

12. Hearing to consider imposition of a tax upon the transfer of 
businesses. File 385-75. (Francois) 

(Continued from 8/20/75.) 

ACTIO!!: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 

13. Rearing to consider imposition of a property transfer tax on 
property leased for periods in excess of 25 years. File 385-75. 
(Gonzales) 

(Continued from C/20/75.) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 

14. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Department of Public Works ' 
property in Assessor's Block 5043, Lot 10, being the northwest 
corner of Alemany Boulevard and Folsom Street. File 3CC--75. 
(Real Estate) 

(Continued from G/20/75.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Erik Bob Bauer 
against the City and County. File 45-75-15.1. (City Attorney) 

(Separated from File 45-75-15 and continued from 8/20/75.) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 

16. Ordinance amending the Subdivision Code, by amending Section 1315, 
relating to fees collected for checking and processing the Sub- 
division maps. File 559-74-5. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/20/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 3 August 27, 1975 

17. Ordinance amending Article II of Chapter 1C of the Administrative 
Code by amending Section 10.27 to provide certain limitations for 
repayment of excess salary and related benefit payments. File 
3C2-75. (Francois) 

(Continued from G/20/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

1C. Ordinance appropriating $13,CC0, Water Department, for operation, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-74-220. Controller) 

(Continued from 6/25/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

19. Resolution providing for expenditure for Community Development 
Program by adding Addendum l!o. 3, and authorizing contract be- 
tween the City and County and San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. 
File 253-75-3. (Mayor's Office of Community Development) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/3/75. 



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CALENDAR. PI , 

I-leeting of 
JOINT FINANCE/COIMUNITY SERVICES COTii-lITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, September 3, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder, Molinari 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

1. Ordinance protecting confidentiality of client identity of organ- 
izations handling juveniles. File 3C1-75. (Molinari) 

(Continued from C/27/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (First Draft. Supervisor Nelder dissenting 

in Committee.) 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, September 3, 1975 3: CO p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
(Supervisor Molinari absent for Items 1, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10) 

1. Ordinance granting franchise for the regulation of stean to Paci- 
fic Gas and Electric Company. File 367-75. (Chief Administrative 
Officer) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 

(Continued from C/13/75.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 9-17-75. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $50, COG, Real Estate, for assessments and 
contributions paid to Highway, Bridge and other Districts, pur- 
suant to Charter Section 6.305, an emergency measure. File 
101-75-12. (Controller) 

(Continued from G/2C/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

3. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum No. 3, and authorizing con- 
tract between the City and County and the Car. Francisco Redevelop- 
ment Agency. File 253-75-3. (Mayor's Office of Community De- 
velopment) 

(Continued from C/27/75.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 9-10-75. 

4. Resolution approving Supplemental Agreement No. 1 to lease agree- 
ment DOT-FA75WE-2902 between City and County and U.S. Federal 
Aviation Administration, leasing certain areas at San Francisco 
International Airport for installation, operation and maintenance 
of additional navigational aids. File 27-75-6. (Airports) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

5. Resolution accepting gift of San Francisco Beautiful of ICO litter 
receptacles valued at $1G,GCC for use by Department of Public 
Works on sidewalk areas. File 3G-75-45. (Public Works) 

RECOMMENDED "DO PASS" . DPW representative to report on cost 
ACTION: of plastic liners to be used in receptacles before Board mtg. 
Direct letter to Mrs. Klussman of SF Beautiful thanking her 
for efforts on behalf of City in making gift possible. 

6. Resolution authorizing lease with the State of California, as 
lessor, of Bloc!; 3513, Lot 74, for off-street parking for the 
Department of Social Services. File 64-75-33. (Real Estate) 

(Supervisor Molinari absent) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

7. Ordinance appropriating $3,710, Public Works, for fees and other 
compensation for creation of six positions; and rescinding $3,710 
from contractual services. File 101-75-16. (Controller) 

(Supervisor Molinari absent) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 



Finance Committee 2 September 3, 1975 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Public Works, 
Engineering, reflecting establishment of new salary ordinance 
section and allocation of five positions, effective 7/1/75. 

File 102-75-15. (Civil Service) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 

(Companion measure to File 1C1-75-15.) 

Amended by correcting clerical error in title, by changing 
ACTION: "five" to "six" positions. RECOMMENDED "DO PASS" AS AMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $33,950, Public health, Juvenile Court, 
for permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for creation 
of one position and rescinding $33,950 from contractual services. 
File 101-75-17. (Controller) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, Public Health, 
reflecting classification of one new position with salary 
schedule, Medical Clinic, Juvenile Court. File 102-75-12. 

(Civil Service) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 

(Companion measure to File 101-75-17.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

11. Ordinance appropriating $83,500, Art Commission, for acquisition 
and renovation of 455 Valencia Street; rescinding $03,5CG from 
appropriation for Neighborhood Arts Program and Supporting 
Services (reserve). File 101-75-18. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

12. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6 to correct 
clerical error in Police and Sheriff Departments' revenue and 
expenditure appropriations. File 101-75-19. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

13. Ordinance appropriating $115,000 for San Francisco Aid Retarded 
Children, Social Services. File 101-75-20. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, various de- 
partments, by correcting clerical errors in establishing rates 
of pay and health and welfare benefits for certain classifica- 
tions subject to Charter Section 0.403. File 102-75-19. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 9-10-75. 

15. Communication requesting expenditure of funds to conduct salary 
survey for fiscal year 1976-7 pursuant to provisions of Charter 
Sections 8.400 and 8.401. File 1C5-75-8. (Civil Service) 

Resolution "Authorizing Civil Service Commission to make expen- 
ACTIGN: ditures for a Salary Survey" prepared in Committee; 
RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

16. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 40-75-9. (City Attorney) 

Resolution"Authorizing settlement of unlitigated claims 
ACTION: against the City and County of San Francisco" prepared in 
Committee; RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 



Finance Committee 3 September 3, 1975 

17. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-75-7. (City Attorney) 

Resolution"Authorizing compromise and settlement of cLaims 
ACTION: of City and County of San Francisco" prepared in Committee; 
RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Erik Bob Bauer 
against the City and County of Can Francisco. ..File 45-75-JL5.1. 
(City Attorney) 

AGTIOH: RECOMMENDED "DO PASS". 

19. Hearing to consider imposition of a tax upon the transfer of 
businesses. File 385-75. (Francois) 

(Continued from C/27/75.) 

City Attorney to draft appropriate legislation imposing a tax 
ACTION: upon transfer of businesses in City and County at a rate of 

1/5 of 17. of total sales price, with a maximum of $750; 

RECOMMENDED "DO PASS"; TO BOARD UPON RECEIPT OF LEGISLATION. 

20. Rearing to consider imposition of a property transfer tax on 
property leased for periods in excess of 25 years. File 3C6-75. 
(Gonzales) 

(Continued from C/27/75.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 9-10-75. 

OFF-CALENDAR MATTERS 

Motion that freeze on requisition for filling of employment be lifted. 
File 358-75. 

Position Requisition No. Department 

7355 Truck Driver T50200 Richmond Sunset 

Sewage Plant 

(Temporary vacation relief of 10 working days) 

ACTION: Motion adopted. 



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SF Public Library 
Meeting of Civic Center 

fii-iahce coiu'ZTTEE San Francisco 94102 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

VJednesday, September 10, 1975 2:CC p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von 3eroldingen, Kolinari, Nelder 
Absent: Molinari 6.9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,15,16, 19,20 

(NOTICE : The Committee will allot one (1) hour in toto to hear the 
first three items. Those testifying will follow the usual pattern 
of 5 minutes for those representing organizations and 3 minutes for 
individuals.) 

1. Resolution approving Airports Commission Resolution Ho. 75-0161 
authorizing issuance of $143,475,000 principal amount of San Fran- 
cisco International Airport Revenue bonds, Series A; and approving 
the maximum rate of interest therein set forth. File 27-75-7.1. 
(Airports) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

2. Resolution approving Airports Commission Resolution No. 75-0152 
authorizing issuance of $90,000,000 principal amount of San Fran- 
cisco International Airport Revenue bonds, Series A; and approving 
the maximum rate of interest therein set forth. File 27-75-7.2. 
(Airports) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

3. Resolution approving Airports Commission resolution No. 75-0163 
authorizing issuance of $53,475,000 principal amount of San Fran- 
cisco International Airport Revenue bonds, Series A; and approving 
the maximum rate of interest therein set forth. File 77-7S-7 "i 
(Airports) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $155,C5C,0C0 for Capital Inprovemer.t, 1975 
Airport Revenue bond Fund. File 101-75-25. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

5. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum Ho. 3, and authorizing con- 
tract between the City and County and- the Can Francisco Redevelop- 
ment Agency. File 253-75-3. (Mayor's Office of Community De- 
velopment) ', 

(Continued from 9/3/75.) 

ACTICN: CONTINUED TO 9/17/75. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, various depart- 
ments, by correcting clerical errors in establishing rates of pay 
and health and welfare benefits for certain classifications sub- 
ject to Charter Section C.4C3. File 1C2-75-19. (Controller) 

(Continued from 9/3/75. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Fir.ance Committee 2 September 1C, 1975 

7. Hearing to consider imposition of a property transfer tax on 

property leased for periods in excess of 25 years. File 3G5-75. 
(Gonzales) 

(Continued from 9/3/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 97,17/75. 

C. Ordinance appropriates $250, CCO, Public Health, Administration, 
for buildings, structures and improvements (Senior Service 
Center). File 1C1-75-14. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT". (Change appropri- 
ation amount to $225,000.) 

S. Resolution approving lease of space at San Francisco International 
Airport to the United States of America for airport control tower 
facilities. File 27-75- C. (Airports) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 742 Market 
Street for use by liayor's Criminal Justice Council. File 
£4-75-34. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Review in 9 months) 

11. Resolution authorizing lease of a portion of real property at 
615 Grant Avenue for the Department of Public Health. File 
64-75-35. (Real Estate) 

ACTICH: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property in 
the City and County for a Community Cultural Center. File 40C-75. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Rearing to explore vrays of implementing a more efficient security 
system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 98-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from 3/5/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/17/75. 

14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-17. (City Attor- 
ney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of Gilbert 
Zuniga against the City and County. File 4C-75-10. (City Attor- 
ney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $34,593 for and rescinding $34,593 from 
Permanent Salaries for reclassification of two positions, Com- 
mission on the Status of Uomen. File 101-75-22. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 



September 1G, 1975 



17. Ordinance appropriating $357, .551, various departments, for per- 
manent salaries, vages and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassi- 
fication of 29 positions and rescinding $345,994 from permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropriations. File 
101-75-23. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT". (Reclassification of 
DPH position from 1658 to 1666 to be continued to 12/31/75. 
All others severed are tabled.) 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, various de- 
partments, reflecting addition and abolishment of certain posi- 
tions. File 1C2-75-2. (Civil Service) 

(Companion measure to File 101-75-23.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT" . (See above note.) 

19. Ordinance appropriating $13,443 for permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits for creation of one position, San Francisco 
Port Commission. File 101-75-25. (Port Commission) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-3, reflecting 
restoration of one position to the Budget, Port of San Francisco. 
File 102-75-22. (Civil Service) 

(Companion measure to File 101-75-25.) 

ACTICU: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance amending Arjnual Appropriation Ordinance 1975-5, various 
departments, to correct clerical errors in File 101-75-5, Ordi- 
nance 332-75. File 1C1-75-27. (Controller) 

ACTIO!-!: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling of employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. 



Department 
City Attorney 



Purchasing 



Req. No . 

tttt — 

P-147 

T-4C175 

T-40130 
T-40135 



Mayor: Criminal Justice T-50314 
T-50315 

Public Works 



Airports 



Position 

l450" Sr. Legal Stenographer 
1458 Legal Stenographer 
145C Sr. Legal Stenographer 

7306 Auto Body & Fender Wkr. 
7313 Automotive Machinist 

1630 Account Clerk « 
1424 Clerk Typist 



T-50150 


- 5210 


Sr. Civil Engineer 


T.-5C .'2 


- 5210 


si i. ii 


T-50C:80 


- 5346 


iiech. Engineer Associate 


T-40775 


- 1444 


Clerk Stenographer 


T-41040 


- 1445 


Sr. Clerk Stenographer 


T-50031 


- 5252 


Asst. Mechanical Engr. 


P-9132 


- 5252 


it ii ii 


P-9140 


- 5344 


Mech. Engr. Asst. II 


P-9115 


- 5202 


Jr. Civil Engineer 


P-9119 


- 5202 


■■ ii ii 


P-9158 


- 5203 


Civil Engineer 


P-9159 


- 5200 


ii ii 


P-9114 


- 5360 


Civil Engineer Asst. 


P-514 






thru 522 


- 9210 


Airport .Policeman 


P-526 


- 9210 



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September 10, 1975 



22. Continued 

Department 

Airports (Continued) 



Health: 

Central Office 



Laguna Honda ' 



S.F. General Hospital 



Community Mental 
Health Services'" 



Sheriff 



Fine Arts Museum 
Municipal Court 

Library 



^Health: 

Laguna Honda 



Community Mental 
Health Services 



Rea. Ho. 






P-544 






thru 550 


- 9210 


Airport Policeman 


P-5C4 


- 9210 


ii si 


P-595 


- 9210 


» ii 


P-597&S 


- 9210 


ii tl 


P-604 


- 9210 


ii tl 


P-941 


- 2232 


Sr. Physician Special 


P-941 & 2 


- 2320 


Registered Nurse 


P-957 


- 2450 


Pharmacist 


T-41655 


- 2462 


Microbiologist 


P-140D 


- 27C0 


Laundry Supervisor 


P-13C5 


- 1632 


Sr. Account Clerk 


P-1381 


- 1424 


Clerk Typist 


P-2549 


- 2736 


Porter 


P-2740 


- 2736 


" 


P-3C43 


- 2350 


Instructor of Nursin; 


P-3C94 


- 2368 


Asst. Dir. of Hursin; 


P-2S75 


- 1204 


Sr. Personnel Clerk 


P-3153 


- 1426 


Sr. Clerk Typist 


T-50131 


- 1630 


Account Clerk 


T-50149 


- 1652 


Sr. Accountant 


T-50122 






thru 24 


- 2736 


Porter 


P-5993 


- 2320 


Registered Nurse 


P-601C- 


- 2320 


u ii 


P-6005 


- 2320 


tl (l 


T-5C061-2 - 9738 


Staff Assistant III 


T-5C063 






thru 65 


- 9732 


Staff Assistant II 


T-5C0CC 


- 9732 


i: i: s. 


T-5C0C9 


- 9740 


Staff Assistant IV 


T-50C90 


- 9742 


Staff Assistant V 


T-50099 






T-5010C 


- 9740 


Staff Assistant IV 


T-50102 


- 9734 


Staff Assistant I 


T-50107 


- 9734 


;. i. t, 


P-64 


- 1650 


Accountant 


T-50035 


- 330 


Deputy Clerk 



T-50036 - 330 

T-50022 - 330 » " 

T-5G023 - 330 " " - - 

P-1693 - 3616 Library Technical Asst. 

T-5001 - 7334 Stationary Engineer 

T-50035 - 7355 Truck Driver 

P-1380 - 1424 Clerk Typist 

P-1368 - 1760 Laundry Worker 

T-40241 - 1650 Accountant 



P-5989 
P-6013 



1220 Payroll Clerk 
2320 Registered Nurse 



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September 10, 1975 



22. Continued 
Department 
Social Services 



Reg . No . 

P-5293 

P-5424 

P-5462 

P-4542 

P-5435-A 

P-5442 

P-5443 

P-5444 

P-5449 

P-5450 

P-5451 

P-5452 

P-5456 

P-5460 

P-5461 

P-5464 

P-5446 

P-5453 

P-5455 

P-5457 

P-5459 

T-51533 
T-51628 
T-41515 
T-41516 
T-51528 
T-51535 
T-51536 
T-51591 
T-41521 
T-51564 
T-42418 
T-52419 
T-52420 
T-52424 
T-52425 
T-52429 
T-52427 
T-52428 
T-41522 
T-51540 
T-51541 
T-51542 
T-51543 
* T-51544 
T-51546 
T-51547 
T-51548 
T-51549 
T-51550 
T-51551 
T-51552 
T-51553 
T-51554 
T-51555 
T-51556 
T-51557 
T-51558 
T-51559 
T-51560 
T-51561 
T-51562 
T-51563 



Position 

1408 Principal Clerk 
1630 Account Clerk 
1652 Senior Accountant 
1654 Principal Accountant 
2930 Eligibility Worker 



2905 Sr. Eligibility Worker 



- 1424 Clerk Typist 

11 " (Recert.) 

- 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 



1630 Account Clerk 
1650 Accountant 
2903 Eligibility Worker 
(Temp. Perm.) 



2903 Eligibility Worker 
(Temp . ) 



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September 10, 1975 



22. Continued 



Department 

Social Services 
(Continued) 



Reg . No . 



T-51568 
T-51573 
T-51574 
T-51575 
T-51579 
T-51580 
T-51581 
T-51582 
T-51583 
T-51588 
T-51590 
* T-51545 
T-51607 
T-51608 
T-51609 
T-51610 
T-51614 
(Recert.) T-51516 
" T-51517 

" T-51518 

T-51620 
T-51622 
T-51625 
T-51626 
T-51636 
T-51638 
T-51524 
T-42417 
T-52426 
T-51537 
T-51538 
T-51539 
T-51567 
T-51586 
T-51593 
T-51601 
T-51621 
T-51627 
TX-52423 



2903 Eligibility Worker 
(Temp.) " 



2903 Eligibility Worker (CETA) 
2907 Eligibility Worker Supvr. 

(Temp. Perm.) 

(Temp . ) 



2905 Sr. Eligibility Worker 

2946 Sr. Eligibility Worker Supvr. 



ACTION: All items approved except "Mayor: Criminal Justice" which 
is Continued to 9/17/75. 



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CALENDAR 



Mr. Kevin Starr 
City Librarian 



Meeting of UvaJuu; riu 

< ^ FI NANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, September 17, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Welder 

1. Ordinance granting franchise for the regulation of steam to the 
Pacific Gas and Electric Company. File 367-75. (Chief Admini- 
strative Officer) 

(Continued from 9/3/75.) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for Community De- 
velopment Program by adding Addendum No. 3, and authorizing con- 
tract between the City and County and the San Francisco Redevelop- 
ment Agency. File 253-75-3. (Mayor's Office of Community De- 
velopment) 

(Continued from 9/1C/75.) 

ACTION: 

3. Hearing to consider imposition of a property transfer tax on 
property leased for periods in excess of 25 years. File 3G6-75. 
(Gonzales) 

(Continued from 9/10/75.) 

ACTION: 

4. Hearing to explore ways of implementing a more efficient security 
system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 98-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from 9/10/75.) 

ACTICN: 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance 1975-6 to 
reflect revenue and expenditure appropriation adjustments to meet 
requirements for Police and Fire Departments pursuant to provisions 
of Charter Section 8.405. File 101-75-1.1. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Richard A. Campbell. File 49-75-8. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Commission on the Aging 
to enter into agreement with the California Office on Aging to 
accept funds for the coordination of affairs of Cider Americans 
and the operation of direct service programs for Older San Fran- 
ciscans. File 79-75-2. (Commission on the Aging) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 2 September 17, 1975 

8 . Resolution authorizing Fair and Flower Show to be held in 1976 ; 
approving budget; and authorizing approval of premium schedule. 
File C6-75. (Recreation and Par!:) 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-C, Employee 
Retirement System, reflecting establishment of one r.ew classifi- 
cation with salary schedule and reallocation of one position and 
classification of one new position. File 1C2-75-25. (Civil 
Service No. 29) 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the United States Department of Health, 
Education and Welfare through the Associa tion of Bay Area Govern- 
ments for a program to improve emergency medical services in 

San Francisco and the Bay Area. File 333-75-3. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 

11. Communication requesting acceptance of gift from lis. Paige Peder- 
son of a horse for use by the Mounted Unit of the San Francisco 
Police Department. File 38-75-47. (Police Department) 



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CALENDAR 



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I lee ting of 
JOIN T FINANGE/FIRE, SAFETY AjgD POLICE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 1, 1975 2:C0 p.m., Room 220, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, 
Molinari, Nelder 



1. Hearing of reports on ways of implementing a more efficient 

security system at San Frar.cisco General Hospital. File 98-75 
(Nelder) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/15/75. 

TS 

1975 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
■^ FINAN CE CCtfiaTTSE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



LuOi 



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Wednesday, Cctober 1, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 220, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari 

1. Communications transmitting claims of employees for reimbursement 
of personal property damaged in line of duty (Public Health, Pub- 
lic Works, Juvenile Court, Sheriff). File 51-75-3. 

(Continued from 9/24/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending Section 
602 to increase ta:: on occupancy of parking space from 10% to 15% 
and establishing an operative date therefor. File 41C-75. 
(Feinstein, Kopp, Molinari, Nelder, von Beroldingen) 

(Reintroduction and referral to Committee on 9/22/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

3. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 4140 
Right of Way Agent, Real Estate Department. File 31-75-8. 

ACTION: TABLED. 

4. Resolution authorizing acquisition of property from Northern 
Counties Title Insurance Company for $35,000 for Hetch Hetchy as a 
substation site for Muni Railway. File 434-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Ad- 
ministration Grant, for India Basin Industrial Park-Drill Track 
Project, and to provide for transfer of 1?75 Community Development 
Contingency funds and to c::penu saiJ funds in accordance with 
project budget. File 68-75-26. (Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/8/75. 

6. Communication requesting extension of budget from January 1, 1975, 
through May 15, 1976, for Clearing House Project. File 68-75-27. 
(Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/8/75. 

7. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
10.08 relating to cash difference fund and overage fund to include 
persons acting as Cashier, Department of Public Health, Bureau of 
Accounts. File 432-75. (Public Health) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Communications transmitting inventory credit requests covering lost 
and stolen items (Public Health, Library, Public Works) . File 
17-75-4. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: PUBLIC HEALTH REQUESTS APPROVED. (Library and Public 
Works items severed and continued to 10/8/75.) 



Finance Committee 2 October 1, 1975 

9. Communication requesting refund of personal property taxes in the 
sum of $30,335.96 levied against Genesis Church & Ecumenical 
Center for 1974. File 21-75-3. 

ACTION: TABLED. 

10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-19. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $250, CCG, Social Services, for emergency 
loan revolving fund, rescinding $25C,00C from appropriation for 
emergency loans to aged, blind and disabled. File 1C1-75-34. 
(Controller) 



12 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Ordinance appropriating $91,125 for equipment, Recreation and 
Pari". Department, an emergency measure. File 1C1-75-3G. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/8/75. 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-3, Muni Railway, 
by correcting clerical errors in establishing rates of pay and 
health and welfare benefits for certain classifications subject 
to Section G.403 of the Charter. File 1C2-75-24. (Civil 
Service Ho. 31) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

14. Ordinance appropriating $45, COO for contractual services, Public 
Works, Engineering, an emergency measure. File 101-75-35. 

(Controller) 

ACTICN : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, County Clerk, 
to reflect classification of four new positions with salary 
schedule. File 1C2-75-31. (Civil Service No. 35.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/8/75. 







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X.C A L E H D A R 

Meeting of 

^ JOIHT FIHA HCE /URBAN MID CONSUMER AFFAIRS COIl-gTTEE 

Board oJ^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ,^£/ctober C, 1975 2:0C p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mendelsohn, Holinari, Nelder 



1. Ordinance appropriating $22,500 for feasibilit}' study, Performing 
Arts Center and extension of rear of Opera House, Revenue Sharing, 
rescinding $22,500 from appropriation for Performing Arts Center, 
Revenue Sharing, War Memorial. File 101-75-45. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



DOCUMENTS 
OCT 14 1975 



^CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

r" FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of^Supervisors 
City and County of Can Francisco 

Wednesday, October C, 1975 2:30 P«n., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molir.ari, ITelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari Items 6 through 21 
Supervisor Nelder 3 and 5 

1. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 7372 
Stationary Engineer. File 31-75-9. (Public Works; 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

2. Resolution accepting gift from Ms. Paige Pederson of a horse for 
use by the Mounted Unit of the Can Francisco Police Department. 
File 38-75-47. (Police Commission) 

(Continued from 9/17/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

3. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-20. (City Attorney) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution authorizing Mayor to spend 1975-6 funds received for 
Public Service Employment under Title II of the Comprehensive 
Employment and Training Act of 1273; prohibiting expenditure of 
City and County funds for salary purposes herein; rescinding 
Resolution No. C7C-75. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

5. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum Ho. 4 thereto, setting 
forth the special purpose and proposed expenditures from the Com- 
munity Block Grant. File 253-75-4. (Mayor's Office of Community 
Development) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $4,132.02 for maintenance - slide areas; 
rescinding $4,132.02 from appropriation for maintenance - slide 
areas, Road Fund. File lClr75-3C. (Public Works) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Ordinance rescinding $3, ICC from wages and mandatory fringe bene- 
fits appropriation, Can Francisco Port Commission. File 101-75-39. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

C. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Port Commission, 
to provide cost of living and xi?age increase to rate of pay for 
Roofer and Roofer Foreman, effective August 1, 1975. File 
102-75-27. (Civil Service Ho. 34) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-39.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 2 October C, 1975 

9. Ordinance appropriating $81,460 for contractual services, 
Treasurer's Office. File 101-75-40. (Controller) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance appropriates $9CC,2C4.17, Controller, for court 
ordered expenditures. File 1C1-75-41. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriates $17C,500, Recreation and Pari; Department, 
for reconstruction of various floats, Marina Yacht Harbor Project 
Fund. File 101-75-42. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriates $232,344, Police Department, for perman- 
ent salaries civilian and mandatory frinse benefits and rescind- 
ing $235, CSC from permanent salaries for reclassification of 26 
positions (Fingerprint Technicians). File 101-75-43. (Con- 
troller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/22/75. 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5 reflecting 
establishment of two new classifications with salary schedules 
therefor, retitling of one classification and allocation of 26 
positions, Fingerprinting Technician Specialty, Police Department. 
File 1C2-75-9. (Civil Service Ho. 10) 

(A companion measure to File 1C1-75-43.) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 10/22/75. 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, various de- 
partments, pursuant to action of the Board of Supervisors on 
September C, 1975° a companion measure to Appropriation Ordinance 
Ho. 400-75. File 102-75-33. (Civil Service Ho. 37) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 10/15/75. 

15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Ad- 
meistration Grant, for India Basin Industrial Park-Drill Track 
Project, and to provide for transfer of 1975 Community Development 
Contingency funds and to expend said funds in accordance with 
project budget. File 6C-75-26. (Mayor's Office) 

(Continued from 10/1/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Communication requesting extension of budget from January 31, 1976, 
through May 15, 1975, for Clearing House Project. File 68-75-27. 
(Mayor's Office) 

(Continued from 1C/1/75.) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 10/15/75. 



Fxnar.ce committee 



October 8, 1575 



17. Ordinance appropriating $91,125 for equipment, Recreation and 
Park Department, an emergency measure. File 101-75-35. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 10/1/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

13. Communications transmitting inventory credit requests covering 
lost and stolen items (Public Works, Public Library). File 
17-75-4.1. (Purchaser) 

(Severed from File 17-75-4 and continued from 1C/1/75.) 

ACTION : CONTINUED TO 10/15/75. 

19. Ordinance appropriating $46,782.14 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits, creating 4 positions, Finance and 
Records, County Clerk's Office, an emergency measure. File 
101-75-44. (Controller) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

20. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, County Clerk 
to reflect classification of four new positions with salary 
schedule. File 102-75-31. (Civil Service Ho. 36.) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-44.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



21 
DEPARTMENT 



Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



Controller 
DPW 

Juvenile Court 
Registrar 

Civic Auditorium 

Academy of Science 

Controller 

Library 

Electricity 

DPK: Central Office 
(S.E. Ambulatory 
Health Center) 

Commission on Aging 



Rec and Park 



REQ. NO. POSIT ION 

P-1101 1220 payroll Clerk 

P-9150 5178 Asst. Supt. Property & Cons. 

T-5C279 5225 Parking Survey Coder mtervrs, 

T-50043 1802 Research Assistant 

T-5001C-14 7464 Voting Machine Serviceman 

T-50015 1932 Assistant Storekeeper 

P-237 2714 Janitor 

T-5C39S 7334 Stationary Engineer 

T-55104 1720 Keypunch Operator 

T-50013 7334 Stationary Engineer 

P-95 & 6 7444 Parking Meter Repairman 

T-51802 1630 Account Clerk 

T-51800 1424 Clerk Typist 

T-51811 2585 Health Worker I 

9742 Staff Assistant V 

T-5C024 9735 Staff Assistant II 

T-50022 9971 Community Worker 

T-50020 1444 Clerk Stenographer 

T-4001S 1630 Account Clerk 

P-2850 7344 Carpenter 

T-50052 3260 Craft Instructor 

T-5C057 1232 Tra-in-ino Officer 



Finance Committee 
21. (Cont'd.) 

DEPARTHE1TT 
Water 



Rec and Park 



October G, 1975 



RSQ. HO. POSITIOII 

T-53908 17C0 Sr. Telephone Operator 

T-53C2S 7355 Truck Driver 

T-535C0 7350 Pipe Welder 

* T-53G16 5312 Instrumentman - Eng. - Constr. 

* T-53C17 5314 Survey Party Chief- Eng. - Constr. 
T-53391 1654 Principal Accountant 

* T-53544 5310 Surveyor's Field Assistant 

P-2332-4 3410 Assistant Gardener 



Board of Supervisors P-195 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 
continue to 10/15/75.) 





OFF 


DEPARTMENT 


REQ. NO. 


Public Works 


T-50279 
200 


Library 


T-50054 


Public Administrator 


P-135 
P-137 
P-136 


Adult Probation 


T-50035 
T-50036 


Tax Collector 


T-50770 
T-50757 


Assessor 


P-915 
P-916 


Juvenile Court 


P-467 



1444 Clerk Stenographer 

(Sever items noted by asterisk and 

CALENDAR 

POSITION 

5226 Parking Survey Coder Interviewers 
Part time 

9734 Staff Asst. I, Special Project 

1650 Accountant 
1650 Accountant 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 

8436 Chief A. P. Officer 
8442 Supervisor A. P. Officer 

1650 Accountant 

1652 Senior Accountant 

4220 Personal Prop. Auditor 
4220 Personal Prop. Auditor 

7203 Stationary Engineer, Log Cabin Ranch 



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90.51 

CALENDAR 

^(S/1$ Meeting of 

JOINT FINANCE/FIR S, SAFETY ar.d PCLISE COMMITTE E 

Board of/ y Supervisors 
City ar.d County of^San Francisco 

Wednesday, Gctober 15, 1975 2:G0 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldir.gen, Francois 

Molinari, Welder 

1. Hearing of reports on ways of implementing a more efficient secur- 
ity system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 98-75. 
(Nelder) 

(Continued from 1C/1/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/29/75. 



Gb& _ TV/-. . 
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CALENDAR 

0-r' } . 

Meeting of 
^ JOINT FINANCE /H EALTH and ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of^Supervisors 
City and County of/San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 15, 1975 2:45 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, 
Molinari, Nelder, 

1. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter into 
a contract with Richmond-Area Multi-Service, Inc. to provide mental 
health services including service provided by the U.S. Public 
Health Services Hospital. File 442-75. (Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor von Beroldingen abstaining in 

Committee. ) 

2. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services (Pacific Medical Center, Syva Company, Mission Unity 
Group, The Particular Council of St. Vincent de Paul, San Fran- 
cisco Alcohol Consorti-j£n, Inc. and Haight-Ashbury Community De- 
velopment Corp.) File 26C-75-4. (Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Pacific Medical Center and Syva Company 

severed out and continued to next Joint 
Finance /Health & Environment Committee.) 



90. %£ 

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- IS~~IS Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 




Board of. Supervisors 
City and County of Car. Francisco 

Wednesday, October 15, 1975 4: 00 j^nu, Room 22C, City Rail 

Present: Supervisors von Eeroldingen, Nelder. 

1. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, various depart- 
ments, pursuant to action of the Board of Supervisors on Septan-- 

■ ber G, 1975; a companion measure to Appropriation Ordinance Ho. 
4C0-75. File 102-75-33. (Civil Service Ho. 37) 

(Continued from 1C/2/75.) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

2. Communication requesting revision of budget for Clearing House 
project. File 68-75-27. 
(Mayor's Office) 

(Continued from 1C/C/75.) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

Communications transmitting inventory credit requests covering 
lost ar.d stolen items (Public Works, Public Library). File 
17-75-4.1. (Purchaser) 

(Severed from File 17-75-4 and continued from 10/3/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/22/75. (Committee moved that when an 

item is continued for lack of departmental representation, 

it will be tabled on second calendaring and no representation.) 

4. Consideration of status of specified CETA employees who are not 
included in reclassifications. File 5C-75-17.7 (von Beroldingen) 

(Severed from File 6G-75-17.S and continued from 1C/C/75.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. (Savings from funds are to be 
returned to General Fund.) 

5. Resolution accepting gifts of orchid plants valued at $1,524 from 
Mr. John Lorbex for the Conservatory of Flowers; $20,0CC from the 
Save the Windmills Committee for restoration of the north Dutch 
windmill; gifts valued at $2,525 for improvements at Huntington 
Park from the Hob Kill Association; miscellaneous plants valued 

at $250 from The Royal Botanic Gardens, Great Britain, for Conser- 
vatory of Flov7ers; carp valv.ed at $5CC from the Can Jose Parks and 
Recreation Department for the Japanese Tea Garden; and $40,CCC 
plus interest from Friends of Recreation and Parks for Phase II 
improvements to the Chinese Playground, for use by the Recreation 
and Park Department. File 3C-75-53. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution authorising extension of lease v?ith Tito Polk Corp. for 
space at 139C llarket Street for the L'ayor's Office of Economic 
Development. File 54-75-37. (Real Estate) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 



FIEAHCE CCI3ZTTEE 2 OCTOBER 15, 1975 

7. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-21. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

0. Resolution approving temporary loan requisition Ho. 23 and certi- 
ficate of Cash Heeds under Loan and Grant Contract No. Calif. 
R-7 (LG) for project number Calif. R-7, Embarcadero/lower Market. 
(S.F. Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $2C,CC0, Parking Authority, for contract- 
ual services, Z.tnbarcadero Garage, off-street parking. File 
101-75-46. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/22/75. 

10. Ordinance amending Building Code by amending Sections 303. A. 4 
and 319.2 relating to surcharge of fees ar.d establishment of 
building record fund. File 440-75-1. (Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/29/75. 

11. Ordinance amending Electrical Code by amending Section 23.2 
relating to surcharge on electrical permit fees. File 440-75-2. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/29/75. 

12. Ordinance amending Plumbing Code by amending Section C7.2 relat- 
ing to surcharge on plumbing permit fees. File 440-75-3. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/29/75. 

13. Ordinance amending Traffic Code by amending Section 213, extend- 
ing use of off-street parking fund to authorize a pledge of said 
fund for or on behalf of the City and County. File 443-75. 
(Parking Authority) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/22/75. 

14. Resolution authorizing Assessor to execute contract with State 
Board of Equalization for auditing services. File 444-75. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Review and approval of revisions for current Model Cities Agency 
7-month budget and transfer of funds to cover replacement of 
stolen office equipment. File 67-75. (Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/22/75. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 



OCTOBER 15, 1975 



16. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

POSITION 

Registrar 

3524 Principal Museum Preparator 

(1) Right of Way Agent 

9740 Staff Asst. - Women's Resource 
T-50015 & 16 8420 Rehab. Services Coordinator 
P-720 8310 Sheriff's Lieutenant 
P-813 8310 " " 
P-836 8310 " " 
P-796 8308 Sheriff's Sergeant 

(Asian Art Museum item severed and continued 
to 10/22/75.) 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ. NO. 


Asian Art Museum 


P-336 


Fine Arts Museum 


P-70 


Real Estate Dept. 


P-288 


Sheriff 


T-50114 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 



Mr. Kcvit//starr 
City Liytfap^ 






f. C A L E N D A R 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board o£r Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 22, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, Gonzales, Molinari, 
Nelder, Tamaras 



Resolution approving contract between City and County (Public 
Health Community Mental Health Services, District V Mental Health 
Center) and Regents of the University of California, Department 
of Psychiatry. File 260-75-6. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



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PUt3L,IC I •.j» : i.-.:\V 



u 

^CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE / STREETS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 

Board o^- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 22, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Gonzales, Francois, 
Molinari, Nelder 



1. Ordinance amending the Public Works Code by adding Sections 807 
through 813, inclusive, requiring owner of property to maintain 
trees planted by the City by agreement of owner; establishing 
procedure to maintain trees when owner fails to do so, at 
owner's expense; and creating liens and revolving account. 
File 469-75. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: 



PliBi.»C i .'.r. . 



C A 



Meeting of Gr ^_^ -^ 

FINANCE COMilTTEE rv-a/V- 

^ fi 0CUjyl£NTS 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco r n a 

Wednesday, Cctober 22, 1975 3:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Kail 



Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mblinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari, Items 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21 

1. Resolution approving the Letter of Intent of the San Francisco 
Central City Parking Corporation in connection with construction 
of a parking garage at the southeast corner of Mission and Steuart 
Streets. File 352-73-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 

2. Resolution approving working agreement between the City and County 
and the Parking Authority relating to feasibility studies for 
possible future leasing of property and construction of an off- 
street parking facility, and approving agreement between the 
Parking Authority and San Francisco Central City Parking Corp. 
relating to Embarcadero & Mission Street Parking Project. File 
352-73-2. (Parking Authority) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $20,000, Parking Authority, for contrac- 
tual services, Embarcadero Garage, off-street parking. File 
1C1-75-4S. (Controller) 

ACTIOi-I: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 

4. Ordinance amending Traffic Code by amending Sec. 213, extending 
use of off-street parking fund to authorize a pledge of said fund 
for or on behalf of the City and County. File 443-75. (Parking 
Authority) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 

5. Resolution granting Board of Supervisors' approval of proposed 
Animal Control Officer contract and authorising Chief Administra- 
tive Officer to execute that contract with the Society for the 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. File 59-75-2. (Chief Admini- 
strative Officer) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. (Ask Police Officers of the dog 
patrol to attend.) 

6. Ordinance amending Part III of the Municipal Code by amending 
Section 215 relating to dog and cat license fees and establishing 
an effective date of July 1, 1976. File 455-75. (Animal Control 
and Welfare Commission) 

ACTIOII: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. 

7. Resolution authorising adjustment of inventories of Department of 
Public Works and Public Library to reflect loss of property. 
File 17-75-4.1. (Purchaser of Supplies) 

(Continued from 10/1/75, 10/C/75 and lC/15/75.due to lack of 
departmental representation. On 10/15/75 the Finance Committee 
ruled that items continued one week because of the absence of 
involved department's representatives will be tabled should the 
representatives not be present at the second meeting.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. (DPW item severed and recommended; 
Public Library item continued to 10/29/75.) 



SAW rKAMCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



FTFA!!CE CaiHTTEE 2 OCTOBER 22, 1975 

C. Ordinance appropriating $232,344, Police Department, for perman- 
ent salaries civilian ar.d mandatory fringe benefits and rescind- 
ing $235, C50 from permanent salaries for the reclassification of 
26 positions (Fingerprint Technician). File 101-75-43. (Con- 
troller) 

(Continued from 1C/C/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. * 

S. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, Police Depart- 
ment, reflecting establishment of 2 new classifications with 
salary schedules, retitling of 1 classification and allocation 
of 25 positions. File 1C2-75-9. (Civil Service Ho. 1C) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-43; continued from 10/8/75.) 

ACTIO!!: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

10. Communication requesting reviev; and approval of revisions for 
current ilodsl Cities Agency's 7-month budget and transfer of 
funds to cover replacement of stolen office equipment. File 
67-75. {Mayor) 

(Continued from 1C/15/75.) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMEND TRANSFER OF FUNDS. 

31. Resolution approving expenditure schedule for Community Develop- 
ment Program Addendum No. 2 to include project designated as 
"Neighborhood Traffic Control and Related Beautification Pro- 
grams: Street Tree Planting. t: File 253-75-2.1. (Community 
Developmei 

ACTICH: CONTINUED TO 10/27/75 AT 1:45P.M. 

12. Resolution authorizing lease of real property for the Department 
of Public Health. File 54-75-3C. (Real Estate) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 



13. 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Judith Lay 
Copeland against the City and County. File 45-75-22. (City 
Attorney) 



ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COiillTTEE 3 OCTOBER 22, 1975 

14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Rita Jean Wilson and authorizing dismissal of 
litigation. File 46-75-9. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants, rile 49-75-9. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Application of Robert L. Jamerson for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County for personal injury. File 
50-75-40. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : DENIED . 

17. Application of Sao T. Chan for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury. File 50-75-37. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : DENIED. 

18. Application of William T, Gasper for leave to present a late 
claim against the Gity and County for personal injury. File 
50-75-41. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

19. Ordinance amending Article XIII, Chapter 10, San Francisco Admini- 
strative Code, by adding Section 10. 117-14 thereto, establishing 

a Library Bool' Replenishment Fund of the San Francisco Public 
Library and specifying purposes for which fund may be used. 
File 456-75. (Public Library) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

20. Ordinance authorizing the City and County to hold harmless the 
State of California from damages resulting from negligence of 
the City. File 460-75. (Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 35C-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTt EOT REQ. NO. POSITION 

XCont'd from 1P/C/75) 

VJater T-53C16 5312 In st rumen tman, Engr., 

Constr. 
T-53C17 5314 Survey Party Chief, 

Engr., Constr. 
T-53544 5310 Surveyor's Field Asst. 
(Cont'd from 10/15/75) 
Asian Art Museum P-336 Registrar 

Recalled at request of Supervisor Molinar i: 

Library ' TX5CG55 Special Project Staff Aide 

ACTION: Water Dept. items continued to 10/29/75. 
Asian Art Museum item recommended. 
Library item continued to 11/5/75. 



(/DOCUMENTS 

OC i 2 9 19/5 
CALENDAR 

SAM FRANCISCO 

Special Meeting of 

/, JOINT FINANCE / STREETS and TRANSP O RTATION COMMITTEE 

■ ' ... 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of , San Francisco 

Monday, October 27, 1975 1:45 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Gonzales, Francois, 

Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance amending the Public Works Code by adding Sections 807 
through 813, inclusive, requiring owner of property to maintain 
trees planted by the City by agreement of owner; establishing 
procedure to maintain trees when owner fails to do so, at 
owner's expense; and creating liens and revolving account. 
File 469=75. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 10/22/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/3/75. 

2. Resolution approving expenditure schedule for Community Develop- 
ment Program Addendum No. 2 to include project designated as 
"Neighborhood Traffic Control and Related Beautification Programs: 
Street Tree Planting." File 253-75-2.1. (Community Development) 

(Continued from 10/22/75.) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/3/75. 




CA LENDAR 

Meeting of 
JOINT FIMAHCE / HEALTH an d ENVI RONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, C-ctober 29, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, 

Molinari, Nelder, Tamaras 
Absent: Supervisor Gonzales 

1. Resolution approving contract between City and County (Public 
Health, Community Mental Health Services, District V Mental Health 
Center) and Regents of the University of California, Department of 
Psychiatry. File 260-75 -6. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 10/22/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

2. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. File 260-75=5. (Public Health) 

(Pacific Medical Center, Syva Company, S.F. Suicide 
Prevention, Inc., Youth Advocates, Inc., Walden Rouse, 
Aquarius House, Reality House West, The Salvation Army) 

(Continued from 10/22/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

■ Gv 3 'iSJ: 

F JBLlC L.1SH i.S\. 



^mamn 




)Q t £j CALENDAR /&& 

2. Meeting of 

W/l£ JOINT FIIIA1TCE/FIRE, SAFETY and POLICE COMMITTEE 



*s 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 29, 1975 2:30 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldir-gen, Francois, Gonzales, 

Holinari, Ilelder 

1. Rearing to esiplore vrays of implementing a more efficient security 
system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 90-75. 

(Continued from 10/15/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. 

l>o» rs 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



iF Amended ' ' 

W>,k3 ^CALENDAR* 



falis 



lieetin 0, of 
JOINT FINANCE / URBAN and CONSUMER AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

Board o£-:Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, October 29, 1975 3:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kopp, 

Molinari, Welder, Pelosi 
Absent: Supervisor Mendelsohn 

1. Environmental Impact Report, Performing Arts Center, Van Ness Ave. 
and Grove, Franklin and Kayes Sts.; 3,00C-seat main symphony hall, 
700-seat recital hall and ancillary space; and 400-stall parking 
garage. File 459-75-1. (City Planning EE75.183) 

ACTION: NONE REQUIRED. 

2. Resolution approving in principle the letter of intent from spon- 
sors of San Francisco Performing Arts Center, Inc., relating to 
the Peforming Arts Center; designation of Old Commerce High Play- 
ing Field as site for construction of Center and garage. File 
459-75-3. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting.) 

3. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of Development Agree- 
ment between the City and County and sponsors of San Francisco 
Performing Arts Center, Inc., relating to Performing Arts Center 
and extension of stage area for the War Memorial Opera Houses. 
File 459-75-2. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting.) 

4. Ordinance authorizing transfer by quitclaim deed to the San Fran- 
cisco Unified School District of Assessor's Block 815 by City in 
exchange for quitclaim deed from School District to City of 
Assessor's Block 810. File 4S0-75. (Real Estate Department) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting.) 

5. Hearing to review current City efforts to assure retention of 
Giants in San Francisco; to consider arrangements for future bond 
payments for building and addition to Candlestick Park in the 
event Giants are able to terminate contract for use of the stadium; 
to investigate how Stadium, Inc. was able, without approval of the 
Board of Supervisors, to build facilities for concessionaire at 
Candlestick; and to consider present situation with respect to 
employment of and payments to the Superintendent, currently re- 
ceiving approximately $60,0CC annually from Stadium, Inc. File 
476-75. (Kopp) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



AiJ' 



CALENDAR 

lieeting of 

FINANCE CCIZUTTZE 






Board o£-Supervicors 
City and County of Can Francisco 

Wednesday, October 29, 1975 4:00 p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari 

1. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventories of Public Library 
to reflect loss of property. File 17-75-4.2. (Purchaser of 
Supplies) 

(Continued from 10/22/75.) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Sections 303. A. 4 
and 319.2 relating to surcharge of fees and establishment of 
building record fund. File 440-75-1. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 1C/15/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance amending the Electrical Code by amending Section 28.2 
relating to surcharge on electrical permit fees. File 440=75-2. 
(Public Works) 

(Continued from 1C/15/75.) 

ACTIO;!: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance amending the Plumbing Code by amending Section C7.2 re- 
lating to surcharge on plumbing permit fees. File 440-75-3. 
(Public Works) 

(Continued from 10/15/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 2715 
San Bruno Avenue for the Special Subsidy Division of Juvenile 
Court. File 64-75-39. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Authorizing amendment of l<jase for space at 2434 San Bruno Avenue 
for use by Public Library ?ortola Branch. File 64-75-40. (Real 
Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property for 
use as a drill area and additional parking for Fire Station No. C. 
File 455-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

8. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for Community De- 
velopment Program by adding Addendum No. 5; authorizing contract 
between City and County and the Housing Authority. File 253-75-5. 
(Mayor! SwOff ice. of Community Development) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. 



FINANCE COiMITTEE 2 0CT03ER 29, 1975 

9. Resolution increasing filing and appearance fees collected 

by Clerks of the Courts from $5.50 to $6.50 effective 

January 1, 1976, for the use of the Law Library. File 467-75. 
(Law Library) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. 

10. Communication requesting resolution authorizing the Controller to 
revalidate warrants withheld from school teachers since 1959 be- 
cause they owed money to the SFUSD. File 470-75. (Retirement 
System) 

ACTION : RE COMMEN DE D . 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
21.13-1 relating to payment of highest general prevailing rate of 
wages in certain contracts for contractual services. File 471-75. 
(Social Services) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. (Deputy City Attorney Kevin O'Donnell 

requested to be present.) 

12. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Ellis- 
O'Farrell public parking facility. File 472-75. (Parking 
Authority) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Golden 
Gateway public parking facility. File 473-75. (Parking Author- 
ity) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Sutter- 
Stockton public parking facility. File 474-75. (Parking Author- 
ity) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution approving Airports Commission Resolution amending its 
Resolution #73-CCo5 providing for the issuance of San Francisco 
International Airport Revenue Bonds. File 27-73-4.1. (Airports 
Commission) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

16. Ordinance accepting gift of $1,000 from Wallace Alexander Berbode 
Foundation to the Art Commission to provide Youth Programs in 
dance in the Bayview-Runters Point area. File 30-75-54. (Art 
Commission) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/5/75. 

17. Ordinance appropriating $31.79G, Municipal Railway, for permanent 
salaries, rescinding $33,534 from appropriations for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits, creating 6 positions and 
abolishing 5 positions. File 1C1-75-49. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COiHIITTEE 



OCTOBER 29, 1975 



1C. Ordinance amending Anr.ual Salary Ordinance 1975-5, Public Utili- 
ties Commission, reflecting reclassification of 5 oositions, iluni 
Railway. File 102-75-25. (Civil Service No. 2C)' 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-49.) 

ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-22.1. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2C. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Maxine Bennett 
against the City and County. File 45-75-23. (City Attorney) 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDE D . 



21. 



Pvesolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 4C-75-11. (City Atto; 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



rrr.ey) 



22. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property at 375 - 12th 
Avenue, Assessor's Block 1444, Lot 5. File 3-75-5. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



23 1 Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 35C-75. (iiayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 



REQ. N O. 



(Cont'd, from 10/22/75) 
Hater T-53G1S 




T-53C17 




T-53544 


Public Health 
Central Cffice 


T-5180S 
T-51392 


Purchasing 


P-1132 


City Planning 


P-444 

P-450 

P-451 

T-50C33 

P-43C 


County Clerk 


P-34C 
P-341 
P-342 


Public Works 


P-50066 


Juvenile Court 


P-3451 


District Attorney 


P-219 
P-224 



Water 



P-3C2S 



POSITION 



5312 Instrumentman, Engr. , 

Constr. 
5314 Survey Party Chief, 

Engr., Constr. 
5310 Surveyor's Field Asst. 

Staff Aide I 

973C Staff Assistant III 



1938 



Asst. Stores & Equpment 
Supervisor 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 
527C Planner II 

1425 Sr. Clerk Typist 
B1S4 Sr. Law Clerk 
B154 Sr. Law Clerk 

3434 Tree Topper 

2654 Cook 

145C Legal Stenographer 
1222 Sr. Payroll Clerk 

1400 Prin. Water Services CI. 

(Cont'd.) 



FIIIAIICE COMMITTEE 



0CT03ER 29, 1975 



23. (Cont'd.) 

DEPA RT! EOT 
Treasurer 

Public Works 

Controller 
Controller EDP 
Tax Collector 



REQ. ITO . POSITIOH 

P-149 4322 Cashier II 

P-154 4322 Cashier II 

P-91CC 3410 Assistant Gardner 

T-5C071 7355 True'.: Driver 

P-9165 7372 Stationary Engineer 

P-997-999 165C Accountant 

T-5-51CS 14C4 Clerk 

T-50771 1404 Clerk 



ACTION: Requisitions T-53816, T-53817 and T-53544 tabled. 

Requisitions P-219, P-224 and P-3826 continued to 11/5/75, 



5.57 

CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE / FIRE, SAFETY and POLICE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

ednesday, November 5, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, Ceaaadbe 

Molinari, Nelder 



Hearing to explore ways of implementing a more efficient security 
system at San Francisco General Hospital. File 98-75. (Nelder) 

(Continued from 10/29/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair. 

(Recommended plan be adopted as presented and that 
Director of Public Health do all things necessary 
to implement plan. Awaiting legislation.) 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of Can Francisco 

Wednesday, November 5, 1975 3:00 p.m., Room 22C , City Rail 

Present; Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution approving a Planning and Feasibility Study: approving 
the formation of the San Francisco Central City Parking Corpora- 
tion and its 3oard of Directors. File 352-73-1. (City Attorney) 

(Reref erred from 3oard 1C/27/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair. 

2. Resolution approving Joint Working Agreement between City and 
County and the Parking Authority relating to feasibility studies 
studies for possible future leasing of property and construction 
of off-street parking facility, and approving agreement betv?een 
the Parking Authority and San Francisco Central City Parking Corp. 
relating to the Embarcadero i Mission Street Parking Project. 
File 352-73-2. (Parking Authority) 

(Reref erred from 3oard 10/27/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $20, COO, Parking Authority, for contractual 
services, Embarcadero Garage, off-street parking. File 1C1-75-4S. 
(Controller) 

(Reref erred from 3oard 10/27/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair. 

4. Ordinance amending Traffic Code by amending Sec. 213 extending the 
use of the off-3treet parking fund to authorize a pledge of said 
fund for or on behalf of the City and County. File 443-75. 
(Parking Authority) 

(Rereferred from Board 10/27/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $S3,5CC, Public Works, for construction, 
purchase of trees, rescinding $93,500 from appropriation for con- 
struction (unallocated) , 1SSC Market Street Reconstruction and 
Improvement Dond Fund. File 101-75-50. (Controller) 

ACTION : Recommended . 

6. Ordinance appropriating $30.53 for revolving fund, Health Service 
System and $172.00 for revolving fund, Water Operating, rescinding 
$3C53 from appropriation for contractual services, Health Service 
System. File 101-75-51. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

7. Authorizing acquisition of property at 331-333 Turk Street for 
$17G,50C by the Health Department for a Senior Citizens Center. 
File 401-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : Recommended . 



FINANCE C0I2IITTEE 2 NOVEMBER 5, 1975 

C. Resolution authorizing sublease of real property xtfith Economic 
Opportunity Council for space at 2225 Mission Street for the 
Sheriff's Community Cutreach Project. File 64-75-41. (Real 
Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

9. Resolution urging State Legislature to proceed forthwith with 
legislation to fund local 9-1-1 emergency telephone system. 
File 12-75-43. (3arbagelata) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 11/19/75. 

10. Resolution requesting extension of time to November 10, 1975, for 
awarding Department of Public Works contract on various police 
stations, Emergency Power, Specification No. 23,355. File 
61-75-5. (Public Works) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

11. Resolution requesting review of application procedure by Recre- 
ation & Park Department for State Bonds and Land and Water Con- 
servation Funds for development of Golden Gate Park and John 
McLaren Park. File 339-75-1. (Recreation & Park) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

12. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Richard Sullivan 
against the City and County. File 45-75-24. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

13. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for Community De- 
velopment Program by adding Addendum No. 5; authorizing contract 
between City and County and the Rousing Authority. File 253-75-5. 
(Mayor's Office of Community Development) 

(Continued from 10/29/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 11/12/75. 

14. Resolution increasing filing and appearance fees collected by 
Clerks of the Courts f.-om $5.50 to $3.50 effective January 1, 
1976, for the use of the Law Library. File 4S7-75. (Law Library) 

(Continued from 10/29/75.) 

ACTION : Recommended . 

15. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
21.13-1 relating to payment of highest general prevailing rate of 
wages in certain contracts for contractual services. File 471-75. 
(Social Services) 

(Continued from 1C/29/75.) 

ACTION: Tabled. 

16. Resolution accepting gift of $1,000 from Wallace Alexander Gerbode 
Foundation to the Art Commission to provide Youth Programs in 
dance in the 3ayview-Hunters Point area. File 38-75-54. (Art 
Commission) 

(Continued from 10/29/75.) 
ACTION: Recommended. 



FINANCE CCMHTTEE 



NOVEMBER 5, 1975 



17. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 35C-75. (Iiayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



1C. 



DEPARII iEHT 



REQ. HP. 



Airport 


P-560 




P-610 




P-S14 




P-531 




P-5S2 




P-5S5 




P-571 




P-572 




P-605 




P-523 




P-6C0 




P-559 




P-595 




P-538 




P-616 


Public Works 


P-9213 




P-9214 




P-9215 




T-50259 


Mayor: Model Cities 


T-50086 


Adult Probation 


P-37S 


Port 


T-50051 


Sheriff 


T-50117 


Mayor: Clearinghouse 


T-5003C 


Controller: EDP 


P-9G7 & C 


Controller 


P-1CC2 




P-1005 




P-1C00 


Academy of Science 


P-13C 


Juvenile Court 


T-500C2-G5 


Emergency Services 


P-270 


Municipal Court 


P-945 & 6 




T-50034 


— 


TX-50039 




TX-50C49 


Continued from 10/29 


115: 


District Attorney 


P-219 




P-224 



Water 



P-3S26 



POSITION 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

1920 Inventory Clerk 

7215 General Laborer Foreman 

7313 Automotive Machinist 

7347 Plumber 

734C Steamfitter 

7372 Stationary Engr. Sewage 

2714 Janitor 

2714 Janitor 

9203 Sr. Airport Coram. Cper. 

9220 Airport Operations Supr. 

1222 Sr. Payroll & Prnsl. Cl. 

1352 Sr. Accountant 

1654 Principal Accountant 
1650 Accountant 
1650 Accountant 
1424 Clerk Typist 

1652 Sr. Accountant 

1650 Accountant 

9356 Wharfinger II 

9742 Staff Assistant V 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

172C Keypunch Operator 

1650 Accountant 
1650 Accountant 
1652 Sr. Accountant 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

996C Staff Aides 

1445 Sr. Clerk Steographer 

2C0 Deputy Clerk 
330 Deputy Clerk 
330 Deputy Clerk 
330 Deputy Clerk 



1450 Legal Stenographer 
1222 Sr. Payroll Clerk 

14C0 Prin. Water Serv. Clerk 



Recalled at request of Supervisor Molinari; continued from 10/22 ; 



Library 



TX50054 



Special Project Staff Aide 



ACTION: All recommended except Library, TX 50054, Special Project Staff 
Aide, which was continued to 2/14/76. 

Ordinance appropriating $07,013.00 for Local Cash Match - CETA, 
various departments; rescinding $07,979.37 from various appropri- 
ations, various departments. File 1C1-75-54. (Controller) 



ACTION: 



Recommended. 



ADDITIONAL CALENDAR 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 
NOVEMBER 5, 1975 



Ficommendations of the Fiscal Policy Committee 
fir Release - Personnel Requisitions 



Registrar 


T 50016 
(100 employees for Election 


1402 
Day) 


Junior Clerks 




Registrar 


T 

(10 employees 


50017 

on Sunday, 


Nov. 


1402 
2nd) 


Junior Clerks 




Registrar 


T 
(50 employees 


50018 

on Sunday, 


Nov. 


1404 
2nd) 


Clerks 




Health Dept. 
Health Dept. 
Health Dept. 
Health Dept. 
Health Dept. 
Health Dept. 


T 
T 
P 
P 
T 
P 


50197 

50187 

3190 

3200 

50198 

3167 




1936 

2736 

2425 

2426 
n 

1920 


Sr. Storekeeper 
Porter 

Radiologic Tech. 

Radiologic Tech. 
ii ii it 

Inventory Clerk 


I 

II 
it 


Public Works 


P 


1983 




1424 


Clerk Typist 
(Bldg. Insp. ) 




ir release of funds 


- Equipment 













Coronor 1 Spectrophoto Fluorimeter 

Health Dept. Intercom System for new 

S.F. Medical Center 



$ 11,005 
$200,000 



~i- 5^A_ CUJ^ 



ATI0N: All recommended except Coroner 1 Spectrophoto Fluorimeter, 
which was continued to 11/12/75. 



NOVEMBER % 1975 

17. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 35G-75. (iiayor's fiscal Policy Committee) 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 



DEPARTMENT 



REQ. HP. 



Airport 


P-560 




P-610 




P-614 




P-531 




P-5S2 




P-5S5 




P-571 




P-572 




P-605 




P-523 




P-6C8 




P-559 




P-595 




P-538 




P-616 


Public Works 


P-9213 




P-9214 




P-9215 




T-50259 


Mayor: Model Cities 


T-500S6 


Adult Probation 


P-37S 


Port 


T-50051 


Sheriff 


T-50117 


Mayor: Clearinghouse 


T-5003C 


Controller: EDP 


P-SG7 & S 


Controller 


P-1CC2 




P-1005 




P-1C00 


Academy of Science 


P-13C 


Juvenile Court 


T-500C2-G5 


Emergency Services 


P-270 


Municipal Court 


P-945 & 6 




T-50034 


— 


TX-5C039 


■ 


TX-5CC49 


Continued from 10/29/75: 


District Attorney 


P-219 




P-224 



"Water 



P-3S2S 



>licy 

POSITION 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Cleric Typist 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

1920 Inventory Clerk 

7215 General Laborer Foreman 

7313 Automotive Machinist 

7347 Plumber 

734C Steamfitter 

7372 Stationary Engr. Sewage 

2714 Janitor 

2714 Janitor 

9203 Sr. Airport Coram. Cper. 

9220 Airport Operations Supr. 

1222 Sr. Payroll & Prnsl. 31. 

1552 Sr. Accountant 

1554 Principal Accountant 
1650 Accountant 
1650 Accountant 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1652 Sr. Accountant 
1550 Accountant 
9356 Wharfinger II 
9742 Staff Assistant V 

1425 Sr. Clerk Typist 

172C Keypunch Operator 

1550 Accountant 
1550 Accountant 
1652 Sr. Accountant 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

996C Staff Aides 

1445 Sr. Clerk Steographer 

2C0 Deputy Clerk 
330 Deputy Clerk 
33C Deputy Clerk 
330 Deputy Clerk 



1450 Legal Stenographer 
1222 Sr. Payroll Clerk 

14C0 Prin. Water Serv. Clerk 



Recalled at request of Supervisor Holinari; continued from 10/22 : 



Library 
ACTION: 



TX5G054 



Special Project Staff Aide 



All recommended except Library, TX 50054, Special Project Staff 
Aide, which was continued to 2/14/76. 



1C. Ordinance appropriating $C7,C13.00 for Local Cash Hatch - CETA, 

various departments; rescinding $07,979.37 from various appropri- 
ations, various departments. File 1C1-75-54. (Controller) 



ACTION: 



Recommended. 



ADDITIONAL CALENDAR 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 
NOVEMBER 5, 1975 

•ommendations of the F-i <?rai d^-i • ~ 

tne fiscal Policy Committee 

o.Release - Personnel Requisitions 

RCgiStrar . T 50016 1402 , . 

(100 employees for Election Day? JUn " r Clerks 
Registrar T 50017 

(10 employees on Sunday, Nov. 2nd) ^^ ° lerkS 
Registrar T «. 

(5 ° employees °° Sund ^- ■»• "°> Clerks 

Health Dept. . -, e n , Q -, 

Health Dept. £ |°|!^ 1936 Sr. Storekeeper 

Health Dept. P ??Jn 2736 Porter 

Health Dept. p f~" 2425 Radiologic Tech I 

Health Dept. £ | 2 °° 2426 Radiologic Tech.* II 

Health Dept. - P 3167 " 

Public Works - p 1Qfl , 192 ° Invent °ry Clerk 

P 1983 1424 Clerk Tvoist 

(Bldg. Insp. ) 
.release of funds - Eguigment 

.oronor a Spectrophoto Fluorimeter $ llf0 05 

teal th Dept. Intercom System for new 

*.F. Medical Center $200,000 

Fine Arts Museums T-50014 3302 Vendor 

T-50015 3302 Vendor 

T-50116 3302 Part-time vendor 

T-50117 3302 Part-time vendor 

T-50119 1630 Account Clerk 

T-50120 153.1 Vendor's helper 

ACTION: All recommended except Coroner, 1 Spectrophoto Fluorimeter, 
which was continued to 11/12/75. 







<j.CALEI!DAR- AcJi i ' ,u 

lie e ting of ^ 

JOINT FINANCE / PLA NNING, HOUSING and DEVEL0H2ENT COMM ITTEE 
^ 

Board oj>j5upervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday,. Uovember 12, 1S75 2: PC p.m.. Room 22C, City Rail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Pelosi, liendelsohn, 

Molinari, fielder 

1. Rearing concerning the formation of "City of San Francisco Enter- 
tainment Center' - for the purpose of aiding and assisting the City 
and County to obtain, construct and finance a multi-purpose recre- 
ational center. File 445-75. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 



tWUMENTS 

NOV I 8 12 75 

S pr.. % ._ 

WSUClr _ !3 -0 



CALENDAR DOCUMENTS 

iieeting of NOV 1 8 1975 

-^ FINANCE Cfr-xJTTEE 

r, , c _ , SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of- Supervisors public lisrary 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, November 12, 1975 2:45 p.m., Room 22C, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, liolinari, Helder 

1. Resolution granting 3oard of Supervisors' approval of proposed 
Animal Control Officer contract and authorizing the Chief Admini- 
strative Officer to execute that contract with the Society for the 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. File 59-75-2. (Chief Admini- 
strative Officer) 

(Continued from 1C/22/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/26/75 

2. Ordinance amending Part III of the Municipal Code by amending 
Section 215 thereof, relating to dog and cat license fees and 
establishing an effective date of July I, 1976. File 455-75. . 
(Animal Control and Uelfare Commission) 

(Continued from 1C/22/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 

3. Ordinance approving and authorizing financing agreement, site 
lease and facility lease between the City and County and City of 
San Francisco Social Service Corporation for a municipal office 
building at or near 15C-17C Otis Street; authorizing City Attorney 
and Controller to decrease amount of rental; authorizing liayor to 
execute financing agreement, site lease; approving formation and 
members of said corporation. File 455-73-3. (Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting in Committee) 

4. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain proceedings 
of certain real property, to wit: Assessor's ElocUs 5233, 5234, 
5243, 5244, 5251 and portions of Blocl:s 525C, 53C4, 5313 together 
with adjacent streets, required for expansion of the existing 
Southeast Sewage Plant. File 470-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDE D . 

5. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of property at 2590 
Jennings Street for use by Public Health, Methadone Maintenance 
Out-patient offices. File 54-75-42. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution authorizing extension of a lease of real property at 
3525 Geary Boulevard for the Department of Public Health. File 
54-75-43. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to ma'.ce appli- 
cation and accept funds from the State of California Department of 
Public Health for the Uomen, Infants and Children Program. File 
333-75-G. (Public Health) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/19/75. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 



NOVEMBER 12, 1975 



8. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for the Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum Ho. 5 setting forth the 
special purpose and proposed expenditures from the Community 
Development Olock Grant; authorizing transfer of funds to provide 
a cover for Martin Luther King, Jr. swiicming pool; providing for 
purchase of a triple combination pumper for the Fire Dept.; and 
to provide for continuation of the rehabilitation assistance pro- 
gram. File 253-75-6. (Mayor's Office of Community Development) 

SWIMMING POOL COVER AND PUMPER RECOMMENDED . REMAINDER 

SEVERED AND CONTINUED. 



ACTION: 



9. Ordinance appropriating $277.82 for eouipment, rescinding $277.02 
from appropriation for Mayor's Special Fund, Mayor's Office. 
File 101-75-52. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $14,000, Public Health, Emergency Medical 
Services, for walkie-talkie equipment, rescinding $14, 000 from 
appropriation for life support package equioment. File 101-75-53. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending Section 
602 relating to increase of parking tax from 1C% to 15% and estab- 
lishing an operative date therefor. File 410-75-1. (Feinstein, 
Kopp, Molinari, Welder, von Beroldingen) (See Item No. 14.) 

(Reref erred from Board 11/3/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/19/75. 

12. Hearing regarding expenditures of $1,115,300 for Market Street 
Beautification Projects. File 447-75. (ICopp) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. FILED. 



13. Itotior that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 350-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTiJENT 
Public Works 



Public Works 
(Street Repair) 



Public Works 
(Water Pollution) 



REQ. NO . POSITION 

P-9161 6335 Property Rehab. Manager 

P-91CG 6333 Sr. Bldg. Inspector 

P-9224 7372 Stat. Engr., Sev/age Plant 

P-9166 5352 Civil Engr. Asst. II 

T-50299 5352 Jr. Civil Engineer 

P-90S4 7221 Asphalt Plant Foreman 

P-917C 5172 Street Repair Supt. 

P-9CC5 7220 Asphalt Finisher Foreman 

P-9174 7220 Asphalt Finisher Foreman 

P-9C19 7404 Asphalt Finisher 

P-9172 7404 Asphalt Finisher 

P-9154 7215 General Laborer Foreman 

P-9052 7424 Dryer-Mixerman 

P-9100 52C2 Jr. Civil Engineer 

P-91C1 52C2 Jr. Civil Engineer 

P-9102 5202 Jr. Civil Engineer 

T-5C249 5344 Mech. Engr. Asst. II 

P-9201 1042 Management Asst. - Budget 

P-9204 5200 Civil Engineer 

P-9205 5200 Civil Engineer 



FINANCE COI SUTTEE 



HOVEKBER 12, 1975 



13. (Cont'd.) 

DEPARTmrr 

Public Works 
(hater Pollution) 
(Cont'd.) 



Public Works 
(Building Inspection) 



DENIED 
DENIED 



REC 



PGsmcn 



T-5C332 
T-50373 
T-5C374 
T-50372 
T-50375 

P-91CS 
P-9141 

P-9143 
P-91C3 
P-9144 
P-9149 
T-5C253 



CONT'D. TO 11/19/75 



(P-Slol 
(P-91SC 
(P-91CG 



( T-503C: 
DENIED P-9223 



Juvenile Court 

City Attorney 

Real Estate 
Controller 

Electricity 
Civil Service 

Clearinghouse 
Police 

kuni Railway 



P-452 
P-470 
T-50C55 
T-5CGD9 

P-149 
T-50179 

P-2CS 

P-1CC7 

P-1C01C 
T-50Q54 

T-5CC12 
T-53013 

P-591 
P-532 
P-53-3 

T-50C3S 

P-4554 

P-3CCG 

P 3775 

P-33C9 

P-3910 

P-3939 

P-3941 

P-3944 

T-53950 

P-3943 

P-3020 

P-3S0C 

P-3744 

P-3747 

P-3T22 

P-3323 

P-3324 

P-3975 

P-3552 

P-3032 

P-392C 



5252 



5362 

1424 
1444 

1444 
1424 

1446 
5208 
5230 



Asst. kech. Engineer 
Sanitary Engr. Techr.iciar. 
Sanitary Zr.gr. Technician 
Sanitary Zngr. Technician 
Civil Engr. Asst. II 

Clerk Typist 

Clerk Stenographer 

Clerk Stenographer 

Clerk Typist 

Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

Civil Engineer 

Civil Eggjneei 



0335 
1C4C 
6333 
12 



Property Rehab, kar.ager ) 
Jr. kar.agement Asst. ) 
Sr. Zidg. Inspector ) 
Sy stem & Procedures Analyst) 



1864 Sr. Systems & Procedures Anal. 

C323 Sr. Counselor 
2321 Counselor 
7334 Stationary Engineer 
C321 Counselor 

145C Legal Stenographer 
145G Legal Stenographer 

1424 Clerk Typist 



1220 
1424 
1424 

7345 
C234 

1424 
1424 
1212 

5410 

G214 

7213 

7332 
7332 
7381 
73C1 
73C1 
730 1 
740 9 
7410 
741 : 

9144 
3144 
3144 

9144 
3144 
9144 

3144 
9155 
9152 
31C2 



Payroll Clerk 
Clerk Typist 
C'.erk Typist 

Electrician 

Fire Alarc: Dispatcher 

Clerk Typist 
Clerk Tycist 
Timeroll Audit Clerk 

Fed. Program Specialist II 

Parking Cortrolman 

Elec. Transit Shop Foreman 
kaintenar.ee kachinist 
ka inter: ar.ee kachinict 
Automotive kechanic 
Automotive kechanic 
Automotive kechanic 
Automotive kechanic 
Elec. Transit Serviceman 
Automotive Serviceman 
Automotive Serviceman 



xrans 

Trans 

Trat s 

Transit 

Transit 

Transit 



Kuman Rights 
Fire Eepartnient 



T-50042 2997 



Service Inspector 
Service Inspector 
Service Inspector 
Service I; spector 
Service Inspector 
Service Inspector 
Transit Service Inspector 
Claims Investigator 
Lay Transit Inspector 
Day Transit Inspector 

Soecialist 1 



P-5125 



1054 Principal Accountant 



FH&MCE CCMHTTZE 4 NOVEMBER 12, 1975 

13. (Cont'd.) 

For release of funds - Eguipner.t (Cont'd, from 11/5/75) 
Coroner 1 Spectrophoto Fluoriueter $11,CC5 

A~rioiT- REQUISITIONS P-9144, P-9I49 AND P-9223 DENIED; P-9161, 
' P-9190, P-9188 AND T-50330 CONTINUED TO 11/19/75; ALL 
OTHERS RECOMMENDED. 

14. Grdinance amending Part III, Municipal "ode, by amending Section 
502^ relating to increase of parking tax from 1C7. to 257. and estab- 
lishing an operative date therefor. File 41C-75-2. (Jeinstein, 
I'opp, Uelder, von Deroleingen, ilolinari) (See Item Ho. 11.) 

ACTICU: CONTINUED TO 11/19/75. 

15. Resolution providing for e:r?enditure schedules for Community De- 
velopment Program by adding Addendum ITo. 5; authorising contract 
between City and Jounty and the Housing Authority. File 253-75-5. 
(Mayor's Office of Community Development) 

(Continued from 11/5/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Communication requesting release of balance of budgeted funds. 
File 10C-75-1C. (Public Defender) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/19/75. 

OFF CALENDAR 

17. Reconsideration of denial to Denis J. Guiney for permission to 
file a late claim against the City and County. File 50-75-15. 
(Pelosi) 

ACTION: PERMISSION GRANTED. 

18. Request of Asian Art Museum for funds to permit Director to 
make promotional trips abroad. 

ACTION: DENIED. 

19. Certification of funds for miscellaneous improvements at 
Candlestick Park. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/19/75. 



^w III^ 



CALENDAR 



Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 




DOCUMENTS 

NOV 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of Can Francisco l^u^u^R? 

Wednesday, November 19, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 22C, City I-Iall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kolinari, Helder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari, Items 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 

1. Resolution urging State Legislature to proceed forthwith with 
legislation to fund local 9-1-1 emergency telephone system. File 
12-75-43. (3arbagelata) 

(Continued from 11/5/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR (at request of Police Department 
so it can report back after Dec. 17, 1975 meeting and to 
permit author to be present) . 

2. Ordinance authorizing refund of Real Property Transfer Tax paid 
erroneously by VJestern Title Company. File 5G-72-2. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing extension of lease for space at 1540 Stock- 
ton Street for Northeast Neighborhood liental Health Outpatient 
Center. File 54-75-44. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Resolution approving lease of space at San Francisco International 
Airport to the United States of America for runway 1CR visual 
approach facilities. File S5-75-2. (Airports Commission) 

ACTION: CONTD. TO 11/26/75. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $3C5,S0C, Airport, for operation and capi- 
tal improvement, SF Airport Operating Fund. File 1C1-75-58. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: CONTD. TO 11/26/75. 

£. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to make appli- 
cation and accept funds from the State of California Lepartner.t of 
Public Health for the Nomen, Infants and Children Program. File 
333-75-C. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 11/12/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS". 

7. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending Gectioii 
6C2 relating to increase of parking tax from 1C7., to 157o and estab- 
lishing an operative date therefor. File 410-75-1. (Feir.stein , 
Kopp, iiolinari, Nelder, von Beroldingen) (See Item No. C) 

(Continued from 11/12/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/21/76. 



FINANCE COIHHTTSE 2 NOVEMBER 19, 1975 

C. Ordinance amending Part III, iiunicipal Code, by amending Section 
602 relating to increase of parking ta:: from 10% to 25% and estab- 
lishing an operative date therefor. File 41G-75-2. (Feinstein, 
Kopp, Holinari, ilelder, von Beroldingen) (See Item No. 7) 

(Continued from 11/12/75.) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 1/21/76. 

9. Communication requesting release of balance of budgeted funds. 
File 1C0-75-10. (Public Defender) 

(Continued from 11/12/75.) 

ACTIOH : REQUEST GRANTED. 

10. Resolution accepting gifts of $5,000 for improvements to Precita 
Pari: and $5, OCX for improvements to the children's play area at 
lliddle Drive near South Drive, Golden Gate Pari:, from Friends of 
Recreation and Parks for use by the Pvecreation and Park Dept. 
File 30-75-55. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. P^asolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 
152C Administrative Secretary, iiayor's Office. File 31-75-10. 
(Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/26/75. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $1C3,139 S Sheriff, for permanent salaries, 
uniforms, equipment arid mandatory fringe benefits for the creation 
of 10 positions in compliance with Federal court order; an emer- 
gency measure. File 101-75-55. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance amending .-.r.r.ual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Sheriff, to 
reflect the classification of 10 new positions with salary 
schedules (C304 Deputy Sheriff); an emergency measure. File 
102-75-3C. (Civil Service Ho. 45) (A companion measure to File 
101-75-55.) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $2G,5C1, Port, for permanent salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits for the creation of 4 positions. 
File 101-75-56. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Port, to 
reflect the classification of 4 new positions, C2C7 Building and 
Grounds Patrolman. File 102-75-37. (Civil Service Ho. 44) (A 
companion measure to File 161-75-55.) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

IS. Ordinance appropriating $45,500, Art Commission, for sound and 

lighting equipment, RS , rescinding $45,500 from appropriation for 
neighborhood Arts program and supporting services, RS. File 
101-75-57. (Controller) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE CCilHTTEE 3 NOVEMBER 19, 1975 

17. Ordinance appropriating $3,711 for fixed charges (insurance), 
Juvenile Court, Probation Office - an emergency measure. File 
101-75-59. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

lo. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.117-15, establishing Museums Admission Fund of Fine Arts 
Museums and the Asian Art Museum, and specifying purposes for 
which said fund may be used; an emergency measure. File 503-75. 
(Mendelsohn) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Ordinance appropriating $47,514 for operation and capital improve- 
ment, Admissions, Fine Arts iiuseums of San Francisco; an emergency 
measure. File 101-75-60. (Mendelsohn) (A companion measure to 
File 50C-75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Request for certification of funds for miscellaneous improvements 
at Candlestick Park. File 101-75-51. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/26/75. 

21. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Patricia Britt 
against the City and County. File 45-75-25. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Application of Herbert David Todd and Shirley Jean Todd to present 
late claim against the City and County for personal injury. File 
50-75-42. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

23. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTMENT REQ. NO . POSITION 

Water Dept. T-53816 5312 Instrumentman, Engr., Const. 

T-53817 5314 Survey Party Chief, Engr. 

Constr. 
T-53544 5310 Surveyor's Field Asst. 

Public Works P-91S1 633S Property R.ehab. Manager 

(Building Inspection) P-9190 184C Jr. Management Ass;. 

(Cont'd, from 11/12) P-9188 6333 Sr. Bldg. Inspector 

T-503C0 System & Procedures Analyst 

ACTION: PUBLIC WORKS' FOUR ITEMS RECOMMENDED. 



.OUJUcr^ TaJu^ V^qk^^uyU^ 




^CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
FINANCE COi-uIITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, November 25, 1975 2:C0 p.m., Room 223, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Kolinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution granting approval of proposed Animal Control Officer 
contract and authorizing Chief Administrative Officer to execute 
contract with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 
File 59-75-2. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

(Continued from 11/12/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/10/75. 

2. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position B152, 
Courtroom Clerk, Finance and Records, County Clerk. File 31-75-11. 
(Finance and Records, County Clerk) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position B160, 
Law Clerk, Finance and Records, County Clerk. File 31-75-12. 
(Finance and Records , County Clerk) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

4. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated B152, Courtroom 
Clerk, Finance and Records, County Clerk. File 31-75-13. (Finance 
and Records, County Clerk) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/3/75. 

5. Resolution accepting gift of $2,777 from "Reality House West" for 
use by the Department of Public Health; rescinding Resolution 
No. 716-75. File 3G-75-48.1. (Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/3/75. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $52,267, Sheriff, for permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 5 positions; an 
emergency measure. File 101-75-65. (Controller) 

(This item is the subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/3/75. 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Sheriff, re- 
flecting the classification of 5 new positions with salary sched- 
ules; an emergency ordinance. File 102-75-^3. (Civil Service 
No. 40) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-65.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/3/75. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $372 for retroactive wages, Muni and Water 
Operating Fund, to provide cost of living adjustment to wage rates 
of Pattern Maker, effective October 22, 1974. File 101-74-230. 
(Controller) m 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



FIHANCE COi SETTEE 2 ITOVEKBER 25, 1975 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-5, to provide 
cost of living adjustment for Pattern iiaher, effective October 
22, 1274, iiuni ar.d Water Operating. File 102-74-33. (Civil 
Service i!o. 33) 

(A companion measure to File 1C1-74-23C.) 

ACTIOil: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $41,595, Port Commission, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 1 position 
and reclassification; rescinding $19,126 from permanent salaries. 
File 1C1-75-52. (Controller) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, Port, reflect- 
ing classification of two new positions with salary schedules and 
abolishment of one position. File 102-75-41. (Civil Service 

No. 50) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-52.) 
ACTION: TABLED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $54,321, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification of 
two positions and rescinding $44,940 from permanent salaries. 
File 1C1-75-63. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION (For meeting of 12/15/75.) 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, Public Health, 
reflecting establishment of two new classifications with salary 
schedules and reallocation of two positions to the new classifi- 
cations. File 102-75-42. (Civil Service Ho. 49) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-53.) 

ACTIOH: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION (For meeting of 12/15/75.) 

14. Ordinance rescinding $37,951, Fire Department, from permanent 
salaries - Uniformed Force and mandatory fringe benefits appro- 
priation to unfund tvio H2 Firefighter positions. File 101-75-64. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1275-6, Fire Depart- 
ment, reflecting the defunding of two positions. File 1C2-75-35. 
(Civil Service IIo. 42) 

(A companion measure to File 1Q1-75-64.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $25C, Iiuni and Uater Operating, to provide 
cost of living adjustment to wage rate of Pattern Maker, effective 

" August 1, 1975. File 1C1-75-65. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COIi.'ITTEE 3 HOVEMBER 25, 1975 

17. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, Irani and 
Water Operating, to provide cost of living adjustment to wage 
rate of 7350 Pattern ilaher, effective August 1, 1975. File 
102-75-15. (Civil Service Ho. 19) 

(A companion measure to File 1C1-75-55.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



1C 



Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Public Works land on Jessie 
Street between 9th and 10th Streets (Merchandise Hart) . File 
49C-75. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter 
into an agreement v;ith San Francisco Forty-Niners to provide 
emergency medical service at Candlesticl: pari:. File 499-75. 
(Public Health) 

ACTIOll: CONTINUED TO 12/3/75. 

20. Ordinance appropriating $3C6,600, Airport, for operation and 
capital improvement, SF Airport Operating Fund. File 1C1-75-38. 
(Controller) 

(Continued from 11/19/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

21. Resolution approving lease of space at San Francisco Internation- 
al Airport to the United States of America for runway 10R visual 
approach facilities. File 65-75-2. (Airports Commission) 

(Continued from 11/19/75.) 

ACTICil: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 
1528 Administrative Secretary, Mayor's Office. File 31-75-10. 
(Mayor ' s Office) 

(Continued from 11/19/75.) 

ACTIOil: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Request for certification of funds for miscellaneous improvements 
at 'candelstick Pari:. File 101-75-51. (Controller) 

(Continued from 11/19/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMEND "DO NOT PASS." 

24. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 35C-75. (liayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTLEHT REG. HO. POSITION 

Controller T-551C9 172C Heyounch Operator 

1402 Jr. Clerh 
1G72 programmer Analyst 
1C72 Programmer Analyst 




Library P-1595 3532 Librarian II 

353C Librarian 
T-5C051&2 3530 Librarian 



(more) 



FI1!A1!CE COiiHTTEE 



HOVE13ER 26, 1975 



24. (Cont'd.) 
DEPA RT! 3£iTT 
Sheriff 
Registrar 

Adult Probation 
Mayor 

Juvenile Court 



Police 



Commission on the 
Status of Women 



Public Health 
Central Office 



Airport 



Public Works 



REQ. HO. POSITION 

P-C37-51 C304 Deputy Sheriff 

T-5CC19 14C2 Jr. Clerk 

T-5CC2C 1404 Clerk 

T-50Q21 14C2 Jr. Clerk 

T-50C52 84C1 Probation Asst. 

P-273 1652 Sr. Accountant 

P-274 1G25 Assoc. Budget Analyst 

P-471 1450 Legal Stenographer 

P-474 1452 Stenographic 

P-446 D440 Probation Officer 

P-463 C44C Probation Officer 

T-4C205 8440 Probation Officer 

T-50045 8440 Probation Officer 



P-4473 
P-4493 
P-45S1 
P-4477 
P-44G7 
P-44C9 
P-4555 
P-4261 

P-l 



& 2 



P-984 

P-9C5 
P-97C & 1 



Board of Supervisors P-197 
Civil Service 



G25G fingerprint Classifier 
G250 Fingerprint Classifier 
G250 Fingerprint Classifier 
C23G Police Coum. Dispatcher 
G23G Police Comm. Dispatcher 
C23C Police Coram. Dispatcher 
17GG Sr. Telephone Operator 
1425 Sr. Clerk Typist 



1G43 Associate Coordinator 

1446 Sr. Clerk Etcno 

2320 Registered Hurse 

2806 Disease Control Invest. 

1444 Clerk Steno 

P-5GG 1240 Asst. Personnel Analyst 

T-50040 1444 Clerk Steno 

P-567 7335 Sr. Stationary Engineer 

P-577 3416 Gardener 

P-534 7345 Painter 

p-553 7242 Painter Foreman 

P-602 2702 Janitress 

T-5CC1C 27C2 Janitress 

P-511 & 2 2714 Janitor 

P-555 9212 Airfield Safety Officer 

P-540 1424 Clerk Typist 

P-SC9 9210 Airport Policeman 

P-615 921C Airport Policeman 

P-613 9210 Airport Policeman 

P-53G 1554 Principal Accountant 

P-507 5205 Assoc. Civil Engineer 

P-91C7 7372 Stationary Engr. , Sewage 

T-50145 1424 Clerk Typist 

T-50315 1220 Payroll Clerk 

T--5C212 631G Construction Inspector 

T-50213 5240 Electrical Engineer 

P-916C-70 5235 Asst. Electrical Engr. 

P-9199 1444 Clerk Steno 

T-50253 1444 Clerk Steno 

p-9192 1424 Clerk Typist 

P-9219 1424 Clerk Typist 

T-5C377 5352 Civil Engr. Asst. II 

T-5037C 1C42 Management Asst. 

P-922G 520G Civil Engineer 

p-9210-2 5204 Asst. Civil Engineer 

P -9217 & 8 5204 Asst. Civil Engineer 

P-9221 & 2 5204 Asst. Civil Engineer 



ACTIO!!: RECOMMENDED. 



Ojthiyj TlJUtU 




tf* CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

S5- FINANCc: COhMIT TEfi 

■ 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 3, 1975 2:00 p.m., Room 2?8, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen 

1. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated B152, Courtroom 
Clerk, Finance and Records, County Clerk, File 31-75-13. (Finance 
and Records , County Clerk) 

Continued from 11/26/75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

2. Resolution accepting gift of $2,777 from "Reality House West" for 
use by the Department of Fublic Health; rescinding Resolution 

No. 716-75. File 33-75-48.1. (Criminal Justice Council) 

(Continued from 11/26/75.) 
ACTION: CONTD. TO 12/10/75. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $52,267, Sheriff, for permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 5 positions; an 
emergency measure. File 101-75-65. (Controller) 

(This item is the subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

(Continued from 11/26/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1S75-6, Sheriff, 
reflecting the classification of 5 new positions with salary 
schedules; an emergency ordinance. File 102-75-43- (Civil 
Service Wo. 43) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-65.) 

(Continued from 11/26/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health tc enter into 
an agreement with San Francisco Forty-Niners to provide emergency 
medical service at Candelstick Park. File 459-75. (Public 
Health) 

(Continued from 11/26/75.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

6. Ordinance authorizing and approving lease of Benjamin H. Swig 
Pavilion in Hallidie Plaza to San Francisco Convention and 
Visitors Bureau. File 65-75-3. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: CONTD. TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 



December 3, 1975 



7. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Deborah 
Mooradian aka Deborah Schwartz against the City and County. 
File 45-75-26. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept a grant 
of Federal funds from the Employment and Training Administration 
for manpower training programs. File 63-75-25. (Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-6, Assessor, to 
reflect establishment of one new classification with salary 

-schedule. File 102-75-30. (Civil Service No. 35) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated positrm of 
Registrar of Voters-Recorder, Department of Finance and Records. 
finance and Records) 

ACTION: CONTD. TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

11. Request for release of lien recorded on property at 209 Benning- 
ton Street. File 3-75-5. (Public Health) 

ACTION: CONTD. TO 12/10/75. 



12. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments and 
■capital improvements be lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal 
Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 

Public Works 
-(Hassler) 

Mayor 

Real Estate 
Civic Auditorium 



REQ. NO . POSITION 

TT-50450 7524 Institution Utility Man 

Exempt Executive Secretary 

T-50374 Janitor 



Public Libary 

(Contd. from 11/26/75) 

Police Department P-4575 



Book Fund 



Q35 Assistant Inspector 



ACTION: Public Works, Mayor, Real Estate and Police Department 
items recommended. 

Public Library is to have $100,000 released and $150,000 
frozen and Contd. to Call of the Chair. 



^ach 



- CALENDAR 



Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



71 DOCUMENTS 



DEC 1 6 1975 



3oard of -Supervisors 
City and County of Car. Francisco 



Wednesd ay. D ecember 1C , 1975 2: CO p.m., Room 22C , City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Molinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen 

1. Resolution granting approval of proposed Animal Control Officer 
contract and authorizing Chief Administrative Cfficer to execute 
contract with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 
File 59-75-2. (Chief Administrative Officer} 

(Continued from 11/25/75.) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/23/75. 

2. Hearing to consider procedure whereby maintenance of City-planted 
trees already established on business streets and main thorough- 
fares become the responsibility of fronting property owners 
rather than City and County. File 469-75-1. (Public Works) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $27,250, Recreation and Pari'., Space Acqui- 
sition and Pari: ?.enovation Fund, for permanent salaries, mandatory 
fringe benefits, operation, equipment and creation of two positions 
effective February' 1, 1976. File 1C1-75-67. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, Recreation and 
Par!;, reflecting establishment of a new Salary Ordinance section 
and one new classification with salary schedule, and allocation of 
one new position; and classification of one new position, effect- 
ive February 1, 1975. File 1C2-75-5C. (Civil Service No. 59) 

(A companion measure to File 1C1-75-67) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

3>. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, reflecting 
various changes in certain sections in the hayor's Office and 
Department of Public Works due to changes in grant funding, and 
reflecting classification of 24 new positions with salary schedules 
to supplement the Federally Assisted Code Enforcement (FACE) pro- 
gram and the Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP) , Department 
of Public Works, 3ureau of Building Inspection. File 102-75-49. 
(Civil Service) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/17/75. 

6. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of plaintiffs 
Alexander ilcl.ray and Faye Ualoman against the City and County. 
File 45-75-27. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Ordinance amending Chapter 13 of the Administrative Code by amend- 
ing Section 3.61 to designate Work-Furlough Administrators. File 
5G9--75. (von geroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COIlilTTEE 2 DECEMBER 1C, 1975 

C. Ordinance amending Section 10.164 of the Administrative Code 

relating to cash revolving funds by increasing the funds for the 
Sheriff's Department, effective January 1, 1976. File 51C--75. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 
Law Clerk, City Attorney. File 31-75-14. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

1C. Resolution accepting a gift from the Greater San Francisco Cham- 
ber of Commerce of litter receptacles for use on sidewalk areas. 
File 3C -75-55. (Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/17/75. 

11. Resolution accepting gift of ?5CC from the Junior League of San 
Francisco for use by the Commission on the Status of Women to set 
up a resource/talent bank. File 3C-75-57. (Commission on the 
Status of Women) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for and accept 
funds from the State of California for the purpose of improving 
library services. File C4-75-5. (Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution declaring SAN FRANCISCO EXAIilNER to be official news- 
paper of the City and County of San Francisco commencing Janu- 
ary 1, 1975. File 507-75. (Purchasing Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



14. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claims of vari-. 
ouo plaintiffs ajainat the City and Jounty. File 4C-75-12. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property at 375 - 12th 
Avenue by Department of Public Health. File 3-75-5.1. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTICN: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation cf various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-25.1. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17. Resolution accepting gift of $2,777 from 'Reality House West'"' for 
use by the Department of Public Health; rescinding Resolution 
No. 715-75. File 3C-75-4C.1. (Criminal Justice Council) 

(Continued from 12/3/75.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 



DECEMBER 10, 1975 



18. Ordinance appropriating $250,000 for motor coach power train 

repair, San Francisco Municipal Railway; an emergency measure. 
File 101-75-37.1. (Muni Railway) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



19. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 
Public Works 



Adult Probation 



REQ. NO . POSITION 



T-50411 
T-50412 
T-50339 
T-50371 
T-50420 
T-50273 

P-372 

T-50037 

P-374 

P-371 

P-381 

P-376 

T-50031 

P-380 

P-377 

P-379 



County Clerk P-350 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



8207 Bldgs. & Grnds. Patrolman 
7426 Elevator Operator 
1706 Telephone Operator 
1706 Telephone Operator 
1706 Telephone Operator 
7420 Bridgetender 

8440 Probation Officer 
8442 Sr. Probation Officer 
8442 Sr. Probation Officer 
8440 Probation Officer 
8440 Probation Officer 
8440 Probation Officer 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1630 Account Clerk 
1430 Transcriber 
1446 Sr. Clerk Typist 

B152 Courtroom Clerk 



CALENDAR City Librarian 

SF Public Library 
Meeting of r . . 
FINANC E COi.iriTTEE ~ 1V1C Center 

San Francisco 94102 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

l^-*i^ d ^:i_££9J2i^e^JJ^^975 2:00 p.m., Roo m 220, City Kail 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, /foW&W, Nelder 
Supervisor Molinari present on Items 1-9. 

1. Resolution approving Airports Commission Resolution Ho. 75-0161, 
authorizing issuance of $142,475,000 principal amount of £an Fran- 
cisco International Airport Revenue Bonds, Series A; and approving 
the maximum rate of interest therein set forth. File 27-75-7.1. 
(Airports Commission) (Continued from 9/10/75.) 

ACTI01I: RECOMMENDED . Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

2. Resolution approving Airports Commission Resolution No. 75-0162, 
authorising issuance of $90,000,000 principal amount of San Fran- 
cisco International Airport Revenue Bonds, Series A; and approving 
the ma:-d.mum rate of interest therein set forth. File 27-75-7.2. 
(Airports Commission) (Continued from 9/1C/75.) 

ACTION; RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

3. R.esolution approving Airports Commission Resolution No. 75-0163, 
authorizing issuance of $53,475,000 principal amount of Car. Fran- 
cisco International Airport Revenue Bonds, Series A; and approving 
the maximum rate of interest therein set forth. File 27-75-7.3. 
(Airports Co:3nission) (Continued from 9/10/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $155,050,000 for Capital Improvement, 1975 
Airport Revenue iond Fund. File 101-75-25. (Controller) (Con- 
tinued from 9/10/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED . Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

5. Resolution approving Airports Commission Resolution amending its 
Resolution 73-0065, providing for the issuance of San Francisco 
International Airport Revenue Bonds. File 27-73-4.1. (Continued 
from 10/29/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

6. Resolution aporoving a planning and feasibility study; approvi 
formation of' "the San Francisco Central City Parkins Corporation 
arid its Board of Directors. File 352-73-1. (Parking Authority) 
(Continued from 11/5/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

7. Resolution approving joint working agreement between the City and 
County and the Parking Authority relating to feasibility stu. 

for possible future leasing of property and construction of off- 
street parking facility, greement between the Park- 
ing Authority ar.d San Francisco Central City Parking Corporation 
relating to the Embarcadero & Mission Street parking Project. 
File 352-73-2. (Parking Authority) (Continued from 11/5/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 



FINANCE COlt-IITTEE 2 DECEM3ER 17, 1975 

C. Ordinance amending Traffic Code by amending Sec. 213 extending 
the use of the off-street parking fund to authorize a pledge of 
said fund for or on behalf" of the City and County. File 443-75. 
(Parking Authority) (Continued from 11/5/75.) 

ACTIOI;: RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $20,0GC, Parking Authority, for contract- 
ual services (Erabarcadero Garage), off-street parking. File 
101-75-46. (Controller) (Continued from 11/5/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED . Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 
To Board Jan. 5, 1976. 

IC. Ordinance appropriating $1,070,405, District Attorney, Family 

Support Bureau, for operation and equipment, effective January 1, 
1975; an emergency measure. File 1C1-75-59. (Controller) 

ACTICF" Amended: Contractual services reduced to $150,761. 

Total reduced to $1,044,606. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

11. Ordinance authorising settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-29. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $114,000 for operation and equipment, 
Water Operating Fund. File 101-75-68. (Controller) 

Amended: Equipmsnt reduced from $62,000 to $60,626. 
ACTION: Total reduced to $112,626. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, reflecting 
correction of various clerical errors in the 1975-5 budget, 
Public Health, Community Mental Health Services. File 102-75-53. 
(Civil Service Ho. 54) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

14. Resolution providing for expenditure schedules for Community 
Development Program by adding Addendum #6 amendment setting forth 
special purpose and proposed expenditures from the Community 
Development Block Grant* to authorise the allocation of addi- 
tional funds to the FACE Program and to authorize allocation of 
additional funds to the Rehabilitation Assistance Program includ- 
ing transfer of funds from the 1975 contingency line item. 

File 253-75-5.1. (Community Development') 

Amended to reduce travel and equipment expenditures by 
ACTION: $io,836. Reduce total RAP to $822,758. RECOMMENDED 

AS AMENDED. 

15. Resolution authorizing and directing the President of the Board 
of Supervisors to sign, on behalf of the City and County, an 
agreement with Contra Costa County for services to Contra Costa 
County nrisoners at the San Francisco County Jails. File 514-75. 
(Sheriff) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.117-16 thereto, establishing a Sheriff's Special Maintenance 
Fund and providing for deposit of monies therein. File 514-75-1. 
(A companion measure to File 514-75.) 

ACTIOI!: RECOMMENDED. 



FIPA11CE COMMITTEE 



DECEMBER 17, 1975 



17. Resolution accepting gift from Golden Gate Angling and Casting 
Club of an ultrasonic alarm with a fire detection device for the 
Anglers' Lodge, Golden Gate Pari:, valued at SG5C, for use by 
Recreation and Pari: DeDartment. File 3G--75-59. (Recreation and 
Par 1 .:) 

ACTICII: Consideration continued to Jan. 7, 1976. 

1C. Amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, reflecting various 
changes in certain Salary Ordinance Sections in the Mayor's 
Office and in Public Works due to changes in grant funding, and 
reflecting classification of 24 new positions with salary sched- 
ules to supplement the Federally Assisted Code Enforcement (FACE) 
program and the Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP) ,. Public 
Works, Bureau of Building Inspection. File 102-75-49. (Civil 
Service Ho. 55) (Continued from 12/1G/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



19. resolution accepting gift of 12 litter receptacles (valued at 
$1,200) from the Greater San Francisco Chamber of Commerce for 
use on sidewalk areas. File 3G-75-55. (Public Works) (Contin- 
ued from 12/10/75.) 



ACTICik 



RECOMMENDED. 



2C. Ilotion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments, capi- 
tal improvements and equipment be lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's 
Fiscal Policy Committee) 



REG 



DETARTi -IBHT 
Public Works 



Mayor (Comm. Dvlpmt.) T-500G5 

E-1C03 




POSITION 



Social Services 
Water Department 



Coroner 



P-4033 
P-403C 

T-53977 

P-3GG4 

P-3CC5 

P -3905 

P 30 35 

P-3G95 

P-3C25 

T-43755 

T-43486 

T-539G4 

T-5394G 

P-3917 

P- 3915 

P-391G 

P-3921 

T-43512 

P-3919 

P-3773 

P-3025 

P-32C0 

P-3575 

T-53960 

P-20C 

P-2C1 



73:4 
7372 
7372 
7334 
7334 
2714 

1552 

2547 

74 7 C 
7470 
7410 
7284 
7250 
142C 
7313 
7332 
7345 
7334 
7335 
732C 
741C 
14CC 
1 444 

147C 

1404 
1450 
5254 
6 3 18 
7335 
7514 
1532 
7372 

144: 
1440 



Stationary Engineer 
Stationary Engineer, Sewage 
Stationary Engineer, Sex/age 
Stationary Engineer 
Stationary Engineer 
Janitor 

Senior Accountant 

Gen. Ilgr. , Social Services 

Watershed Keeper (HHW&P) 

Watershed I .eep er 

Automotive Svcman (Alameda) 

Utility Gen. Foreman 

Utility Foreman 

£r. 31 eric Typist 

Automotive Machinist 

Maintenance Machinist 

Painter 

Stationary Engineer 

Sr. Stationary Engineer 

Oprtng. Engr. as needed 

Automtv. Svcman as needed 

Water Services Clerk 

Cler;: Stenographer 

Sr. Water Services Clerk 

Clerk 

Water Services Clerk 

Assoc. Median. Engr. 

Construction Inspector 

Sr. Stationary Engineer 

General Laborer 

Sr. Account Clerk 

Stationary Engineer, Sewage 

Medical Transcriber Typist 
Medical Transcriber Typist 



FII1AUCE COMMITTEE 



DECEMBER 17, 1975 



20. (Cont'd.) 
DEPART! iEHT 
Tax Collector 
4324 Parking Meter Collector 



Purchasing 

Coronas s ion on Agin; 
Fine Arts 



Mayor (Criminal 
Justice) 

Public Defender 
Controller (EDP) 



City Planning 
Chief A dm. Officer 
Retirement 



Port Commission 



Airport 

Real Estate 
Treasurer 



REQ. HO. 



P 534 
P 527 
P 530 
P 531 
P 523 
P 525 
52G 
532 



1131 
1145 
1135 

50G26 



T 50125 
T 5C127 
T 5012G 

T 50316 
T 50317 

P SI 

P 02 

T 55115 
T 55115 
T 55117 

T 5CC35 



T 


50013 


T 


com o 




P 


115 


P 


12C 


P 


121 


P 


125 


P 


G40 


p 


C27 


P 


629 


P 


630 


P 


621 


P 


619 


P 


634 


P 


537 


? 


2C9 


? 


155 



POSITION 

1550 Accountant 

4220 Personal Property Auditor 

/>224-?rin7-Pers--Pt-op--Atid£t©r 

1400 Principal Clerk 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1424 Clerk Typist 

153C Account Clerk 

1630 Account Clerk 

1954 Purchaser, Printing 
1954 Purchaser, Printing 
1400 Principal Clerk 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1452 Stenographic Secretary 
3302 Vendor - as needed 
3302 Vendor - as needed 

0454 Grim. Justice Spec. Ill 
1424 Clerk Typist 

1450 Legal Stenographer 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1074 Sr. Programmer Analyst 
1070 Programmer Analyst Trainee 
1C70 Programmer Analyst Trainee 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1029 Operations Analyst 

A101 Executive Assistant 

A1C2 Aom. , I-Ibr Svcs i Benefits 

1202 Personnel Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1042 Management Assistant 

1532 Sr. Account Clerk 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

9330 Pileman 

9335 Marine Fireman 

7345 Electrician 

7334 Stationary Engineer 
7334 Stationary Engineer 
7334 Stationary Engineer 

4140 Right of Uay Agent 

4321 Cashier II 



AIRP ORT C APITAL IMPRO VEMENTS AMD EQUIPMEIIT 

Pvepaint portion maintenance facility $12,032.00 

Drainage improvements to access road - water 

quality control plant 44,422.00 

Improvements to rest rooms, upper level, Pier B 14,590.00 
Emergency airfield pavement repairs 30,490.00 

Lighting fixtures, administrative offices, 

central terminal 11,900.00 

Rain canopy, central termf.nal trash compactor 6,611.00 
Security door monitor, International Rotunda 4,075. CO 

Maintenance facility improvements - floor tiles 

and window shades 3,299.00 

Furnishing and installation of various shelving 

requirements for new airport maintenance 

facility (equipment) 25,955.07 

WATER DEPARTMENT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Excavation and repaving for water service trenches 225,000.00 
Laying 3" mains in Sutter St. betw. Larkin & Jones 90,000.00 



FINANCE COIIHTTEE 5 DECEMBER 17, 1975 

20. (Cont'd.) 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UOIUCS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Relocation of street lighting on Indiana St. 

Relocation of seven fire hydrants on Indiana St. $36,000.00 

Resurface 3 basketball courts and 3 volleyball 

courts at St. Mary's Park and Ilerz Playground 19,430.00 

Provide gasoline storage tank at Candlestick Park C,CG0.00 

Renovate structural and mechanical portions of the 
Third St. Bridge at Channel and also to paint 
the bridge. 75,564.00 

Landscape Army Street Circle interchange 27,293.00 

/P-LaRt— s idewalk 1h:cc3 - on Ju d ah Street bet wgerr-9-th 

\ -and— 3r9ch-T e tvemi^F=' ^3^i§2-w^Q- 

Lwit^^-feesr-&-eoft^fcrtte&^o n c on trac t (WITHOU T REG Q MHEN - 2,600.00 - 

DAT10M .) 
Provide sidewalk bulbing and tree planting on 

Harrison and Bryant Streets " 96,764.00 

Work order for field engineering and inspection 

vith item G contract. G, 400. 00 

Installation of Phase II vapor recovery facilities 13,000.00 
ACTION: FREEZE LIFTED. 

21. Ordinance appropriating 57,493 for local match - CETA, various 
departments; rescinding $7,493 from various appropriations, 
various departments. File 101-75-71. (Controller) 

..ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution accepting gift of $562.00 from the California Academy 
of Science. Foundation to supplement funds for services of three 
janitors. File 38-75-72. (Mayor's Public Service Director) 

.ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Application of Thomas Terrell for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the sum of 
$250,000. File 50-75-45. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. If not acted upon by Dec. 28, 
1975, application will be deemed denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: Continued to Dec. 24, 1975. 

24. Application of John Wan and Yuk Sim Tsang for leave to present a 
late claim asainst the Citv and County for property damage in the 
sum of $50,000. File 50-75-48. - ^ ; 

(City Attorney recommends denial If not acted upon by Dec. 28, 
1975, application will be deemed denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: Continued to Dec. 24, 1975. 



• Mr. Kevin Starr 

City Librarian 

SF 

Sty'** ^ CALENDAR 

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Meeting of 

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Board of-Supervisors SftgrGM ■'' j -° 

City and County of>San F rancisco 

Wednesday,, December 24, 1975 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $229,850, Art Commission, for acquisition 
of property for Art Commission warehouse, RS; rescinding $229,850 
from appropriation for Neighborhood Arts Program and Supporting 
Services, RS. File 101-75-72. (Controller) 

ACTION : 

2. Resolution authorizing acquisition of real property from Richard 
Koch, Benjamin G. Wells and Arthur E, Lambert for $229,850.00 
required for Art Commission Warehouse, and South of Market Site 
Office. File 528-75. 

(Property located at 934 Brannan Street.) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution authorizing the Commission on the Aging to enter into 
contract with various agencies to provide direct service to 
Senior Citizens. File 521-75. (Commission on the Aging) 

ACTION : 

4. Communication requesting reappropriation of $32,700 of Laguna Honda 
Hospital's equipment account to the contractual services account, 

to comply with the Life Safety Code. File 101-75-70. (Public Healtl 

ACTION: 

5. Application of Hazel Petry Davis for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for property damage in the amount of 
$40,000. File 50-75-44. 

ACTION: 

6. Application of Thomas Terrell for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal iniury in the amount of 
$250,000. File 50-75-45. 

ACTION: 

7. Application of Hudy Dossman for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and Couaty for personal injury in the amount of 
$50,000. File 50-75-47. 

ACTION: 

8. Application of John Wan ar-.l Yuk Sim Tsanp, for leave to present a 
late claim against the City find County for property damage in the 
amount of $50,000. File 50-75-48. 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee 



December 24, 1975 



9. Application of Cobbie L. Clements, Jr., for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County for personal injury and 
property damage in the amount of $100,000. File 50-75-52. 

ACTION: 

10. Application of Floyd H. Erickson for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for property damage in the sum of 
$157.50. File 50-75-53. 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-30. 

ACTION: 



12. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments, 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 350-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 
Adult Probation 

Controller 

Controller :EDP 

City Attorney 
War Memorial 
Retirement 
Fire 

Superior Court 
Assessor 

F & R: Recorder 
Juvenile Court 
Civil Service 
Social Services 



POSITION 

8440 Probation Officer 

8440 " 

8440 

1654 Principal Accountant 
1656 Head Accountant 
1550 Accountant 

1861 Systems & Procedures Analyst 
1854 Sr. Systems & " " 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1632 Senior Account Clerk 

1632 Senior Account Clerk 



REQ. NO . 

P 370 
P 383 
T 50053 

P 1011 
P 1004 
P 996 

F 50015 
T 55108 

P 150 

P 28 

T 50050 

P 5111 thru 

5124 H2 Firefighter 

P 5126 thru 

5129 H2 Firefighter 

E 0085 710 Phonographic Reporter 

P 914 4222 Sr. Personal Prop. Auditor 
P 917 4267 Princ. Real Prop. Appraiser 

T 50531 1406 Senior Clerk 

P 480 & 481 8321 Counselor, Boy's Ranch 

P 576 1202 Personnel Clerk 

P 5514 1220 Payroll & Personnel Clerk 

P 5454 1426 Senior Clerk Typist 

P 5465 1426 

P 5503 1426 " " 

P 5515 1426 

P 5506 1630 Account Clerk 

P 5518 1630 

P 5522 1630 



Finance Committee 



December 24, 1975 



20. (Cont'd.) 
DEPARTMENT 
Social Services 



Social Services 
(Vietnam Refugee) 



PUC: Municipal Ry, 



Police 



Public Works 



REO. NO 




POSITION 


P 5241 


1842 


Management Assistant 


P 5529 


1844 


Senior Management Assistant 


P 5542 


1806 


Senior Statistician 


P 5448 


1444 


Clerk Stenographer 


P 5480 


1444 


" " 


T 51576 


2940 


Child Welfare Worker 


P 5507 


2940 


ii ii ii 


P 5474 


2994 


Homemaker 


T 52430 


2946 


Sr. Eligibility Worker Supv. 


T 52435 


2946 


P 5468 thru 




5470 


2903 


Eligibility Worker 


P 5473 


2903 


ii ii 


P 5475 thru 




5477 


2903 


ii ii 


P 5479 


2903 


" " 


P 5478 


2903 


ii ii 


P 5403 


2903 


it ii 


P 5432 


2903 


ii ii 


P 5495 


2903 


ii ti 


T 51525 


2903 


n ii 


T 51565 


2903 


ii n 


T 51602 


2903 


ii ii 


T 51578 


2907 


Eligibility Worker Supervisor 


T 51633 


2907 


" " " 


T 51742 


2907 


ii ii ii 


T 51689 


1424 


Clerk Typist 


T 51690 


thru 




51695 


2903 


Eligibility Worker 


T 51688 


2907 


Eligibility Worker Supervisor 



3856 thru 

3859 S102 Conductor 
3897 thru 

3399 S102 Conductor 

3860 thru 

3C64 S104 Motortnan 
3902 S104 Motortnan 
54022 1424 Clerk Typist 



P 4482 
P 4570 
P 4572 
P 4574 
P 4580 



50237 
50241 
50308 
50358 
50368 
50381 thru 



1446 Senior Clerk Stenographer 
1426 Senior Clerk Typist 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 
8217 Station Officer 
1426 Senior Clerk Typist 

7530 Street Cleaner 

7530 " " 

7530 

7530 

7530 



50388 



7530 



MUNICIPAL RAILWAY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Replace transit operating equipment 

PUBLIC WORKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Construct bicycle lane on north side, Brotherhood 
Drive, Lake Merced Blvd. to Alemany Blvd. 



$2,278,930 



18.560 



Finance Committee December 24, 1975 

20. (Cont'd.) 

HETCH HETCHY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Koccasin Dam Spillway, Construct Weir and Energy 

Dissipator and Red Mountain Bar Wasteway 

Training Walls $ 50,000 

Replace, repair and paint steel trolley poles 20,000 
Sutter St., Taylor St. to Pacific Ave., paint 

trolley and street lighting poles 1,000 

San Joaquin River Valve House, repairs and piping 2,430 

San Joaquin Pipeline No. 2, repair lining 750,221 

Reconstruct Disposal Field - Moccasin Sewage Plant 87,000 

Modification of Muni Trolley System 488,416 
Replace direct current distribution system for 

Municipal Transit System 267,575 
Replace direct current distribution system for 

Municipal Transit System 596,972 
Replace direct current conversion & distribution 

system for Municipal Transit System 3,000,000 
Install underground direct current feeders in 

underground districts 1,030,133 

Land-property acquisition, Rectifier Substation site 32,247 

Replace direct current distribution system 965,000 

Replace direct current distribution system 2,000,000 

Reconstruct trolley coach overhead - various locations 100,000 

Emergency repairs - transmission tower grounding wires 7,535 
Replace distribution transformers - Moccasin & Early Intake 2,685 

Moccasin Powerhouse replacement 1,315 
Moccasin Housing Units - Replace Plumbing - 

Bathroom Fixtures and Title 22,000 

Priest Housing Unit - Replace Service Panel and Wiring 1,358 

Intake Cottage - Replace Service Panel & Wiring 1,454 
Moccasin Shop Area, Buildings - Replace Service Panel 

and Wiring 1,043 

Replacement of Obsolete Materials 1,600 
Reconstruct Sawdust Collection System - Moccasin Carpenter 

Shop 5,580 
Moccasin and O'Shaughnessy Housing Units - Replace 

Service Panels and Wiring 607 

Replace Main Entrance Door - Kirkwood Powerhouse 1,500 

Moccasin Village - Resurface Roads 5,000 

Aqueduct Mimic Board - Moccasin Control Center 2,000 

EQUIPMENT 

Public Health - Portable Life - Support Package and 

Electronic Blood Pressure System - 8 sets $112,000 

Public Defender - California Advance Sheets - 3 sets 238 

Sheriff - Badges Deputy Sheriff - 10 sets 213 




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CALENDAR 
Meeting of 

fiiiahce cc;::ittes 

Board of Supervisors 
City and Count y of Sar. Franc isco 

Wednesday, December 31, 1975 2:CC p.m., Room 22C, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors vor. Seroldingen, liolinari, Helder 

Resolution authorizing acceptance of a reconditioned IC-passenger 
mini-bus from the Volunteer Auxiliary of Youth Guidance Zt 



1. 



jry or Youtn Guieance Center 
and Parisian Bakeries, Inc. of Sar. Francisco. File 3C-75-33. 
(Juvenile Court) 

ACTIOH: CONTINUED TO 1/7/76. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $C,1C1.C7, Real Estate, for possessory 
interest rates. File 101=75.-73. (Controller) 

ACTION : RE COMMENDED . 

3. Resolution extending time for award of DPW contract on gasoline 
tank and dispenser, Candlestick Park. File 51-75-6. (Public 
Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution extending time for award of DP-J contract for miscellan- 
eous work on Third Street Bridge at Channel Street. File 31-75-7. 
(Public Works) 

ACTIOH: FILED AT DEPARTMENT'S REQUEST. 

5. Resolution extending tine for award of DPW contract for Army 
Street Circle landscaping. File 51-75-C. (Public Works) 

ACTIOH: FILED AT DEPARTMENT'S REQUEST. 

6. Resolution extending time for award of DPW contract for Marina 
Small Craft Harbor's navigation light. File £1-75-9. (Public 
Works) 

' ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorising application for and acceptance of Federal 
funds through the California State Library for extension and im- 
provement of services for 1973- 77. File C4-75-3. _ (Library) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 

0. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for a;.d accept 

Federal funds through the California State Library for continuance 

of the California Video Resource Project for 1973-77. File 
C4-75-7. (Library) 

ACTIOH: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing application and. acceptance of Federal funds 
through the State Library System for extension of the San Fran- 
cisco Public Library Reference Demonstration Project for 1973-77. 
File 34-75- C. (Library) 

ACTIOH : RECOMMENDED . 



FINANCE COi SUTTEE 



DECEMBER 31, 1975 



10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Herminia 
Rodriguez, et al., against the City and County. File 45-75-31. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Application of Anne Sabec for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury. File 50-75-34. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

12. Resolution accepting gift of $2,222 from Bay Area Quest Program 
for use by Adult Probation to provide residential socio-thera- 
peutic program for 20 adult female offenders in lieu of incar- 
ceration. File 33-75-60. (i'layor's Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/7/76. 

13. Resolution authorizing Chief Adult Probation Officer of the 
City and County to apply for and accept funds from the office 
of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled "Mission 
Possible - Re-entry House". File 379-75-3. (Mayor's Criminal 
Justice Council) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



14. Resolution accepting gift of $4,945 from Mission Possible Re- 
entry House for use of Adult Probation to provide ex-offenders 
with residential facilities. File 33-75-61. (Mayor's Criminal 
Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution authorizing Commission on Aging to enter into contract 
v?ith various agencies to provide direct service to Senior Citi- 
zens. File 521-75. (Commission on Aging) (Continued from 
12/24/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/7/76. 

16. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 353-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) (Con- 
tinued from 12/24/75.) 



DEPARTMENT 
Controller :EDP 



Public Health 

SFGH 



REQ. NO, 

F 50015 
T 55103 



50161 

50185 

50165 

50186 

50162 

50166 

50167 

50183 

50184 

3224 

3225 

3203 

3210 

3227 

50199 

3067 



POSITION 

1361 Systems & Procedures Analyst 
1364 Sr. Systems & Procedures Analyst 



A109 
1232 
1446 
1842 
2561 
2586 
2586 
2586 
2586 
2736 
2736 
2320 
2320 
1424 
1424 
2118 



Health Care Audit Technician 

Training Officer 

Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

Management Assistant 

Optometrist 

Health Worker II 



Porter 

Registered Nurse 
ii it 

Clerk Typist 

Director of Medical Records 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 



DECEMBER 31, 1975 



16. 



(Cont'd.) 

DEPARTMENT 
Public Works 



REQ. NO . 

T 50237 
T 50241 
T 50308 
T 50358 
T 50368 
T 50381 thru 
50388 



POSITION 

7530 Street Cleaner 

7530 

7530 " 

7530 

7530 



7530 " " 

PUBLIC WORKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Construct bicycle lane on north side, Brotherhood Drive, 

Lake Merced Blvd. to Aleraany Blvd. $18,560 



MUNICIPAL COURT EQUIPMENT 
Appropriation for Municipal Court Law Books 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



21,165 



17. Ordinance appropriating $17,025 for permanent salaries, mandatory 
fringe benefits, and creation of two positions effective February 
1, 1976, Space Acquisition and Park Renovation Fund. File 
101-75-57.1. (Recreation and Park) 

(Recalled from Table 12/24/75 by Supervisor iiolinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



18. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Recreation 
and Park, reflecting establishment of a new section and one new 
classification with salary schedule, and allocation of one new 
position; and the classification of one new position, effective 
February 1, 1975. (Civil Service No. 59) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-67.1) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED.